ChessieRacing, a carbon-fiber café racer
ChessieRacing, is an all Carbon, Nomex Cored 62' racing and cruising yacht designed by Bill Tripp and built by New England Boatworks. She was built for an experienced owner who knew exactly what he was looking for – a boat he could race competitively, but was also comfortably set up for cruising and day sailing. This combination led to the use of light-weight carbon fiber for construction with added amenities not generally seen on a race boat including a teak deck and a finished interior. The full interior includes a master cabin with head, a full salon and galley, as well as an additional head and crew’s quarters aft.

LOA: 18.9m (62.2')
Beam: 5.3m (17.5')
Draft: 4.05 m (13.3') / 2.3m (7.7')
Sail Area: 255 m2 (2,745 ft2)
Hull Construction: Carbon / Nomex

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