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The Flaar 26 is a racing yacht in a compact size and built with the lowest possible weight and highest possible speed. A unique design method was used to shape a hull that has extremely low wetted surface, which becomes even smaller but remains symmetrical when the boat heels. The boat itself is still wide enough to give the needed righting moment to balance the huge sails. Deck arrangement ensures easy handling for the crew and makes the boat suitable for single handed sailing.
I have always taken good care of the boat. I made several improvements and refits. She underwent a major refit in 2019 when she received a canting keel and DSS (based on CFD simulations). She was also fully repainted in graphite metallic (Awlgrip) and the deck was covered with brushed EVA foam. She received new rudders in 2020. The sails were gradually changed as of 2019.
Two rudders built with carbon and epoxy resin. One central tiller of carbon/epoxy in the cockpit, with adjustable length extension. Foot rests on cockpit floor for support when heeling.
Retractable canting Carbon fin keel
Painted with awl grip.
Deck and Cockpit
Electronics and Navigational Gear