The prototype is already sailing and will be premiered at the boot trade fair in Düsseldorf
Extendable bowsprit for the gennaker, deep T-keel, high rig and a large cockpit open to the rear with plenty of space to work: The orientation of the Pacer 310 is sporty and is aimed primarily at active sailors who want to be fast and who also want ambitions cherish the regatta course. The construction comes from the designer duo Javier Jaudenes and Lieven Theys, who have already produced successful designs, especially in the field of fast racers (IRC / ORC, Class 40, TP 52, GP 42).
The basic boat is the more travel-oriented version CR. Inside, the boat offers complete touring comfort with two very spacious, separate cabins as well as the functional areas of navigation, pantry and wet room. There is also enough storage space in a large locker aft.
Pacer 310: full touring comfort below deck.
The 9.50 meter long Pacer 310 is also available as a Sprint regatta version. This alternative offers the same interior construction, but is better and, above all, lighter (infusion process with vinyl ester) than the standard boat. In addition, there is better deck equipment.
The CR version of the Pacer 310 costs 88,540 euros, the Sprint regatta version is available for 95,060 euros. The boat is being built under license from a manufacturer in Spain and will have a world premiere at the upcoming boot trade fair in Düsseldorf (January 21 to 29). The test will appear soon in the YACHT.
Technical data Pacer 310 Sprint Lü (hull length): 9.50 m LWL (waterline length): 8.95 m Width: 3.33 m Draft: 2.00 m Weight: 3.05 t Sail area close to the wind: 54.95 sqm Downwind sail area: 103.29 sq
Slim foredeck, wide stern: the construction is clearly focused on sport and performance