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Final part for the Bondi 36

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The final drawing for the Bondi 36 lead bulb has been issued! The information provided by us included the paths for the CNC mill. As a result, the casting pattern was completed a few days after the files were provided. 

The mass of the lead will be approximately 2.3 t for a total ballast ration of 52%. To achieve such a high ballast ratio, it is important to reduce the mass of other structure. This was accomplished by using carbon fibre composites for the hull, deck, mast, rudder and interior fit out. The only major steel parts are the keel fin and the engine. A high ballast ratio allows to carry larger sails for increased performance. 

We are very much looking forward to the launch and a first test sail.




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