In the water the Paris 30, Comuzzi’s new daysailer

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paris-30-varo-02The Romagna shipyard De Cesari launched in Milano Marittima the first example of Parigi 30, the daysailer designed by Alessandro Comuzzi. It is a 9.5-meter “little gem” that can sail anywhere. The dimensions are designed so that the boat can be stowed in a 40′ container and shipped anywhere.

SIMPLY “EASY”
Following the “easy” daysailer philosophy, Comuzzi designed a hull that favored stability, but equipped with an inverted bow starboard and a straight stern starboard. The sail plan (generous, 47 sq. m.) includes the self-tacking jib. The deck is cleared with all maneuvers optimized for increased safety even while single-handed. The boat is equipped with a small inboard diesel engine, a toilet, a small sink, and 2 or 4 bunks (using the dinette).

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A BOAT DESTINED TO LAST
The construction is 3-ply cross laminated mahogany, with a marine plywood and cedar structure made by De Cesari Shipyard. A choice, that of wood, that makes the Paris 30 a boat destined to last, as it does not present risks of osmosis or delamination. The boat has a draft of 220 cm and a 600 kg torpedo (700 blade+torpedo). Ballast accounts for more than one-third of the total weight of the boat. However, the concept is not that of an extreme boat, but rather, a safe and fast boat.

Meanwhile, the shipyard is working on a second hull to be sent to Japan, while Comuzzi is also designing a Paris 40.
www.alessandrocomuzzi.com
www.cantierenavaledecesari.it

Sail Plan P-30 ComuzziTECHNICAL DATA SHEET.
Length ft 9.5 m
Length at waterline 8.9 m
Beam max. 2,5 m
Draft 2.2 m
Empty displacement 2,000 kg
Upwind sail area 47 sq. m.
Lombardini SD 13 hp engine
Construction De Cesari Shipyard
Project Alessandro Comuzzi

PHOTO European CVWHO IS ALESSANDRO COMUZZI
Born in Udine in 1982 and graduated in architecture from the University Institute of Architecture in Venice with a thesis in Yacht Design (MYDA 2013 winner). Since 2004 he has collaborated with Garbarino Rusin architects also developing experience at Italian and French yacht design studios for international projects and competitions. In 2013 he founded the architectural firm Alessandro Comuzzi architect.

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