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C-Class CatamaranSteve Clark has been dreaming of winning back the Little America’s Cup America's Cup #AmericasCup for the USA ever since he lost it to Canada in 2007. In 1996, Clark’s 25- foot C-Class Catamaran Cogito had blown away designers and engineers with its mammoth wing sail and unmatchable speed Speed #speedsailing , and with (...)
International C Class Catamaran ChampionshipThe 2004 International C Class Catamaran championship took end with day four races in the Petite Finale on Saturday. The day before, American team did finished the Grand Final with Duncan McLane and Steve Clark taking again the advantage over fellow Lars Gluck and Stan Schreyerer. Cogito team then wins the 2004 championship after fleet races (...)
INTERNATIONAL CATAMARAN CHALLENGE TROPHYThe sight of five 12-Metres sailing up Narragansett Bay would be impressive any day of the week. Today, however, the 12s seemingly ushered in the breeze that had kept competitors waiting under a postponement flag for the concluding matches of the International Catamaran Challenge Trophy (ICCT). For the first time since 1976, it would come (...)
Les ClassC sont des catamarans de 7,40 mètres de long équipés d’une aile (depuis 1974) et de foils (depuis 2007).