ecoracer769 by Northern Light Composites

ecoracer769 by Northern Light Composites


 

The first sports boat made by Northern Light Composites

Ecoracer769 is the first racing prototype built with nlcomp technology: the boat is in fact 100% linen fibre and with a recyclable core at the end of its life, as is the whole boat, thanks to the use of a newly developed resin. The mast and fin and rudder structures are in aluminium and steel, while the engine is electric: choices made here too in the name of sustainability.

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In addition to the choice of eco-sustainable building materials, one of the objectives of the Monfalcone startup is to avoid all processes that impact on the health of builders: it was therefore decided to make the composite in infusion and to avoid all painting activities, using films for the external coating.

 
Interactive 3d of ecoracer769

 


 

The construction of Ecoracer769, the first sports boat made by Northern Light Composites

 

 

 

Among the distinctive features of the boat, which aims to win in ORC Sportboat competitions, there is a particular inverse bow, already seen on some superyachts and racer of the latest generation, as well as spray rails inspired by motorboats and, finally, the choice to place the rudder very forward, details studied by the designer Matteo Polli, who comments as follows: “on this boat we have pushed the accelerator of innovation in different areas, starting from the materials but also in the hull shapes and layout of the appendages, it will be really interesting to see the result”.

 
Shin Software 3D technology allows you to take the ecoracer769 everywhere!

 
The water lines of ecoracer769 are signed by Matteo Polli, the structures by Matteo Sconocchia and Alessandro Pera, while the deck plan was designed by Gianluca Salateo and the construction details are followed by Roberto Baraccani.

 


 

Technical specifications ecoracer 769

Length 7.69 m
Maximum beam 2.80 m
Draught 1.80 m
Displacement 1,100 kg
Upwind sail surface 42 m2
Downwind sail surface 100 m2
Preliminary ORC rating GPH 615

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