Velecarina won the fourth edition of the Pendennis Cup
Velecarina has competed in three regattas (photography Andrew Wright)
Velecarina underwent a refit before competing in The Cup
Her 2010 refit included hull re-spray, new hydraulic powerpack, engineering and joinery elements
An apprentice preps the stern for paint works
Velecarina chases the fleet

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Velacarina


Summary

Built in 2004 at Claasen Jachtbouw, Velacarina was a first time visitor to Pendennis’ refit facility in 2010, before participating in the Pendennis Cup. In recent years the 26m ketch has travelled extensively around the world including New Zealand, Australia, the Pacific and South Africa. In 2014 Velacarina returned to Falmouth to compete in the fourth edition of the Pendennis Cup, winning the regatta.

In 2010 the project had an extensive work list that included a complete hull re-spray, new hydraulic powerpack and associated works, an air conditioning overhaul, electrical works, as well as engineering and joinery elements.

Velacarina is a regular visitor to both the Falmouth and Palma facilities, and is the third example of this truly Classic line of yachts that we have welcomed in to the yard.


Specification

Builder

Claasen Jachtbouw

Year of Build

2004

Type

Sailing Yacht: Bermudian Ketch

Naval Architect

Andre Hoek

Construction

Alloy

LOA

26m (85ft)

Beam

5.7m (18.7ft)

Draft

3.00m (9.84ft)

Max Speed

12 knots

Pendennis Refit Year

2009, 2010, 2013, 2015, 2017

Pendennis Refit Location

Pendennis Falmouth, Pendennis Palma