Full 2014 order book for Future Fibres

Three years into mast production and the 2014 order book of Valencia-based ...

Full 2014 order book for Future Fibres

February 28, 2014

Written by Zuzana Bednarova

Three years into mast production and the 2014 order book of Valencia-based composites specialist Future Fibres reflects a diverse range of performance yacht projects. With the 60m Perini Navi sloop fully assembled and awaiting stepping / sea trails and 3 of the largest furling booms in the world (26-30m long) almost completed, the workshop is currently busy with some no less challenging, but slightly more conventional sized yacht projects.

Nigel Irens designed APC 78 Yacht

APC 78 Yacht to feature the mast and rigging package by Future Fibres

The performance catamaran yacht APC78 project has a fully optimised rotating mast with a significant number of custom features. The boat is currently in-build at Green Marine in the UK and the mast and rigging package are scheduled to leave Valencia in April. Also. just going into final stages of fitout are the mast and boom for a new Frers 60 daysailor. This boat, currently being built by Persico Marine, is a development on the stunning Ciao Gianni; all about aesthetic and performance, Future Fibres are building an ultra clean, high modulus mast and boom with carbon RDS lateral rigging.

The design team is equally busy with a really exciting new project: designing a new, fully optimised, grand prix mast, boom and carbon rigging package for the TP52 Provezza. This rig will be built to the new 2015 rule but sailing by May 2014. This gives us the opportunity to develop and fine tune a 2015 compliant package one year early. There are a number of TP52 teams with new boat builds scheduled for next winter and this project gives us the opportunity to demonstrate our superior build accuracy, performance and quality to provide a credible alternative to existing suppliers in this finely tuned class. The 2015 TP52 rule also allows composite lateral rigging for the first time and this is a perfect time to showcase our new fully continuous FlexC™ carbon rigging to create the ultimate TP52 package.

Sales Manager Jim Lotz sums up: “With the marine industry slowly emerging from the doldrums owners, project managers and designers are being more prudent with choices they make with rig packages. It has never been more important to differentiate positively the points that make our mast and rigging product stand out from the crowd. With our team pushing design, build quality and technology we are increasingly seeing customers making the correct informed choice to work with Future Fibres.”

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