Following 3 days of classic Caribbean competing, the 30.2m (98´) sailing yacht WINDCREST launched in 2006 by the well known US builder Hodgdon Yachts, placed 3rd in the Elegantes class as well as 3rd overall in the largest St. Barth’s Bucket fleet of 47 superyachts. The Ted Fontaine designed WINDCREST superyacht finished 22nd on day 1, 2nd on day 2 and 3rd on day 3 for a 3rd place out of 13 and an excellent 4th overall out of 47.
The 98ft superyacht WINDCREST is built of advanced cold molded wood construction and features a Hodgdon-designed and built interior. True to the characteristics of a Fontaine design, WINDCREST combines cruising comfort with impressive performance.
While Hodgdon’s new builds today are more commonly of infused carbon-kevlar composite construction, the legacy and heritage of nearly 200 years of boatbuilding goes into every new Hodgdon as it did on the luxury yacht WINDCREST.
Hodgdon congratulations to the owners and crew of WINDCREST.
Main Characteristics of the 30.2m sailing yacht WINDCREST
Designer: Ted Fontaine
Builder: Hodgdon Yachts