Over these last few years, many improvements has been achieved on the sailing boats in different fields : solidity, performance, spaciousness, comfort,to the point of sometimes forgetting the spirit of sailing : the pleasure to be on the sea, playing with the wind, the waves,being one with the nature.
Folowing this spirit, we created the First , , , and now the First Technologies have evolved providing the First With the First Liot's pictures. With a thin bow, the volumes are studied - to avoid charging in the waves upwind - keeping good stability in a fresh breeze.
The volumes distribution forward and aft allow a good steering control as well as an easy way in the waves. The boat is powerful sailing upwind in fresh breeze, easy to control under spinnaker , fast in light winds thanks to her large sail area.
Arriving to the harbour or mooring, this ballast is unlocked and raised with a manual or electric hydraulic jack. A galley A chart table An aft cabin with a double berth A lavatory A large stowage.
First Sheet and halyards are grouped in front of the cockpit.
Beneteau First 27 [Novità dal Salone Nautico di Parigi 2018]
The deck is clean and at the bow, a telescopic bowsprit is put on the deck to carry an asymmetrical spinnaker. They are theoretical and comparative and cannot be regarded as contractual.
The hull of the First The cockpit is divided into an aft-located, widened helmsman dedicated area, and an area with benches for the crew in front. When aiming at performance, the crew can sit comfortably winward on the corming, the helmsman has a good sighting forwards and easily controls his rudder and the main sail with the sheet track.
To optimize the performance of the First Thus the centers of gravity of the ballast and the boat are lowered. Thus, the boat is lighter and has a better stability under sail Compared to a boat with a classic lead ballast, the First The hull is built out of laminate polyester stiffened by a backing mould with frames and stingers. Two large frames support the ballast and the mast.