The International 6 meter class also known as 6 Metre or International 6M is a beautiful slender appearance. The ship is built under the 6 Meter class rules. Worldwide there are about 2,000 built within the class rules. This ship is built in polyester with a teak deck. It is a pleasure to sail with the ship. The helmsman is standing in his own steering area and the crew has a spacious working cockpit. Really everything can be trimmed. For example, the mast can be trimmed hydraulically forwards or backwards. There are 7 winches placed above deck and below deck to control all trim lines. The keel is a long keel of which the rear part is a large trim area. there are also long slender wings attached to the keel so that the draft is maintained under slope. This is a unique appearance on the water for which every straight-grounded sailor will have a lot of appreciation. you are very welcome to come and have a look at the ship.
Name ship Pacific Highway, Internatonal 6 meters, designer Ed Dubois, built in Australia, length 10.36 m, width 1.97 m, draught 1.60 m, year of construction 1982, sail number GER 10, round bilge, long keel with Australian trimtab, Howlett Wings wing keel, Howlett full depth rudder, polyester, teak deck, displacement 3,850 kg, tiller steering, special storage bilge.
None, special support available to attach long-tail outboard engine to enter and exit port.
Vertical clearance 14.00 m, 7/8 rigged, sail area upwind 41 m2, 2005 North sails 3DL mainsail laminate triradial cut with battened top, backstay flipper, 2005 North 3DL genoa laminate tridarial cut, North spinnaker, spinnaker boom, rodrigging, Australian mast and boom, mast with double halyards and diamond stay in the top, 7 Rigging winches of which 4 above deck and 2 below deck and a central bulkhead winch below deck, Navtec panel hydraulic 2006 for forestay and hydraulic to trim mast forward or aft.
Navigation and equipment:
TackTick 2006 compass, depth gauge, log, wind gauge on mast display
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