• Used boat 3364 | Cutter used

    Cutter Velero Oceánico Petit Prince 46'

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    • Marina Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Tenerife (Spain)
    • Year : 1991
    • Length: 14m.
    • Velero Oceánico Petit Prince 46' 14 m from Length 2 m from Draft.

  • Used boat 3862 | Cutter used

    Cutter Moermann 900

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    • Puerto Deportivo Los Gigantes, Tenerife (Spain)
    • Year : 1970
    • Length: 9m.
    • Moermann 900 9 m from Length 1,45 m from Draft.

  • Used boat 0370 | Cutter used

    Cutter granada 32

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    • Tenerife (Spain)
    • Year : 1988
    • Length: 9,75m.
    • granada 32 9.75 m from Length 1,75 m from Draft.

  • Used boat 2245 | Cutter used

    Cutter Petit Prince 46'

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    • Marina San Miguel, Tenerife (Spain)
    • Year : 1991
    • Length: 14m.
    • Petit Prince 46' 14 m from Length 1,9 m from Draft.

  • Used boat 9174 | Cutter used

    Cutter Firling 24 by Jan Herman Linge. Noruega

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    • Puerto Deportivo Los Gigantes, Tenerife (Spain)
    • Year : 1977
    • Length: 7,23m.
    • Firling 24 by Jan Herman Linge. Noruega 7.23 m from Length 1,10 m from Draft.

The cutter is a medium-large sized with two or more jibs, with one mast and a mainsail. The mast is located towards the end to make room for two headsails and two forestays. The jib hangs on the mainstay and the staysail on the forestay. In fact the name 'cutter' comes from the specific tree-shaped configuration of this type of boat. This configuration is generally used for medium and large vessels, as having multiple jibs providing it with greater manoeuvrability.

It can be used both as a cruiser and for regatta sailing. It is usually more suitable for cruising sailing boats, as it offers a variety of sail combinations which are easy to handle in various wind conditions. Generally, Cutters don't have a cabin on the deck and they can also be used to transport passengers or light goods.