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Category: News 2007
Barton Boomstrut selected for latest Emanuele Rossi yacht design
Barton Boomstrut selected for latest Emanuele Rossi yacht design


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Emanuele Rossi Yacht Design and Engineering has selected the Barton Boomstrut as a standard fitting on the new ERYD 30 day sailer.

The Barton Boomstrut offers exceptional control of the mainsail and less windage by dispensing with the topping lift, complementing the high performance features of the ERYD 30. The hull of the ERYD 30 has been developed to lengthen the waterline when sailing upwind to provide exhilarating close wind performance, whilst its stern sections are designed to allow the yacht to quickly get onto the plane downwind as the wind increases.

Already providing fast response and a near constant force for vang efficiency on many cruising and racing yachts up to 12 metres, the Barton Boomstrut will effortlessly support the boom of the 9m ERYD 30 so that it will never accidentally fall onto its teak deck. The Boomstrut's two glass fibre rods support the boom at all times, preventing the boom from lifting or falling in light downwind conditions and providing exceptional stability and control upwind.

The unobtrusive Boomstrut, eliminates friction, sharp edges and sliding parts and fits neatly on the mast fitting aboard the elegantly designed ERYD 30, which was introduced to the market in 2006.

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