Google 1990 ORMA ORMA 60�

Year: 1990  
Manufacturer: Baltic-Yachtpoint
Price: EUR 360,000
(US$506,556)  


This has been the most successfull trimaran in the history of the ORMA Class. The boat dominated the class in the nineties, skippered by Loick Peyron under the Fujicolor name, winning the 97 and 99 ORMA championship as well as every single Grand Prix in 98. Later on it continued as a top placed boat named Belgacom. In 2004, named Academy and skippered by Knut Frostad, the boat won the Nokia Oops Cup over all, winning 9 out of 10 events during the season. After a major refit and upgrade, Academy finished 2nd in the Nokia Oops Cup 2005, beating a fleet of newer boats such as Groupama, Banque Populaire, Bonduelle and La Trinitaine. Academy also won two of the most prestigiuous offshore races in Nordic Waters in 2005: The Round Gotland Race and The Faerder Race. This boat was the first to introduce the “X-beam” concept which today is the standard for new trimarans. Since the launch, it has been modified and rebuilt several times to stay up-to-date with the latest technical developments in the class. The wing mast is the largest profile in the class (105 cm cord length). Still the boat is one of the fastest trimarans, especially in light winds and on short race courses. It’s very manoeuvrable compare to any other ORMA Trimaran. It has never capsized and is in very good condition. Ready to race.




Fuel 
Hull Material 
Hull Shape 
Max Draft 
Engine Make 
Engine Model 
Engine Year 
Fuel Capacity 
Length Overall 
Number of Engines 
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Diesel
Composite
Trimaran
6 ft 5 in
Volvo Penta
D2- 75
2008
21 gal
68 ft 9 in
1


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