SK2, a dinghy with a canting keel for “racing”

SK2An English drift born to entertain. A statement of intent, that of the SK2, made evident by some features devoted to speed: such as the canting keel and bowsprit for the asymmetrical.

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DESIGNED FOR RUNNING
Hand-adjustable canting keel technology allows the boat to have a significant righting moment and thus a powerful sail plan that enables high speeds on the water. Designed to sail a crew of two or three in regattas, however, it is also suitable for less demanding day trips with family and friends.

EASE OF TOWING AND LAUNCHING
Moreover, with a weight of only 210kg (including hull and keel) it is both towable by any car and easily put on the water with the trolley. The cockpit is clean and made even more livable by the presence of the gnav instead of the vang. The price, including VAT, is not the most affordable: 22,800 pounds. But it must be said that the canting keel for a dinghy is certainly a state-of-the-art solution. Data: Length. 5.60; wid. 1.7 m; weight 210 kg, sup. vel. 19.25 sq. m. www.sk2sailing.com

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