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32' craft Trident for Corsier Port shipyard revival, 2003-2006

The Corsier Port shipyard was famous in the Fifties and Sixties for its yachts and related high-quality craftsman-built products for the Swiss market.

The yard has recently been completely restructured and, to mark this event, a brand- new model has been developed: 32ft long, with two 370hp engines, a target speed of 48kt, high-tech underwater appendages (stepped hull, etc) and high-quality composite structure, while outer lines attempt to stay as smooth, pure and clean as possible.

The prototype is currently in build, to be presented in full soon.

Articles:
02208_feedback_owner.pdf (351 Kb)
More informations:
www.corsier-port.com
www.decision.ch
www.dyne.ch
Specifications
  33' craft for Corsier Port shipyard revival, 2003-2006
hull length : 9.75 m
beam : 2.55 m
draft overall : 0.90 m
capacity : 8 p.
light displacement : 3'700 kg
full load displacement : 4'950 kg
engines : 2 x 370 hp
targeted speed : 48 kts
hull construction : sandwich glass epoxy
shipyard : Corsier Port, Geneve (SUI)
architecture : Seb Schmidt & Damien Cardenoso
structural engineering : Clemens Dransfeld
aero-hydro engineering : Rémi Laval-Jeantet
certification : 94/25 CE, design caterory C, module Aa
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