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TITAN XV


PROJECT OVERVIEW


Titan XV, represents the latest in IRC concepts from the San Diego, USA design firm-Reichel-Pugh.

This 75 FT Grand Prix racing yacht is the latest in a long line of successful racing yachts for American owner, Tom Hill.

DETAILS


LOA: 22.90m / 75.13ft     LWL: 21.23m / 69.64ft     BEAM: 5.40m / 17.72ft
DRAFT: 4,80m / 15.75ft     DISPL: 16,917kgs / 37.295lbs

  • Construction: Carbon pre-preg epoxy laminates over nomex cores under vacuum/oven cured
  • Hull built in a precise carbon female tool
  • Deck: built in a female mold from carbon/nomex with high density core inserts & C plates in way of all fittings
  • Carbon composite strap laminate chain plates
  • Interior geared to IRC rule specs including fully enclosed head & molded companionway stairs fitted over engine box
  • Construction guidelines for the project were constantly monitored in order to meet or exceeed the material manufacturers specifications
  • Keel fin fabricated from high strength steel machined to close tolerance final shape with a solid lead bulb attached
  • Propulsion- flush mounted drop down unit with fixed blade prop
  • Major deck gear from Harken
  • Spinlock jammers & halyard organizer
  • Navtec Hydraulics
  • Hall Spars & Rigging supplied Titans seamless, high-modulus carbon mast. This mast is fully optimized for IRC and includes all of Halls innovative design features for 2009. The diagonal terminations are internal, and are adjusted via Halls Brick House system no tools are required to change the tension. Hall AutoLock halyard locks are included for both masthead and fractional sails. The three-spreader rig has discontinuous PBO rigging, no runners or checks, and twin backstays to accommodate a fathead mainsail. Spinnakers are flown from a bowsprit.