• Used boat 3321 | Racing sailboat used

    Racing sailboat Dehler

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    • Club Náutico de Altea, Alicante (Spain)
    • Year : 2012
    • Length: 5,5m.
    • Dehler 5.5 m from Length 1,25 m from Draft.

  • Used boat 8446 | Racing sailboat used

    Racing sailboat J Boats 70

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    • Club Náutico de Torre de la Horadada, Alicante (Spain)
    • Year : 2013
    • Length: 6,93m.
    • J Boats 70 6.93 m from Length 1,45 m from Draft.

  • Used boat 9506 | Racing sailboat used

    Racing sailboat Violati 37

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    • Verified second-hand boat
    • Alicante (Spain)
    • Year : 1978
    • Length: 11,25m.
    • Violati 37 11.25 m from Length 2 m from Draft.

  • Used boat 3630 | Racing sailboat used

    Racing sailboat Sportina 680

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    • Real Club de Regatas de Alicante, Alicante (Spain)
    • Year : 1992
    • Length: 6,8m.
    • Sportina 680 6.8 m from Length 1,4 m from Draft.

  • Used boat 2966 | Racing sailboat used

    Racing sailboat J80 del 2020

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    • Club Náutico de Calpe, Alicante (Spain)
    • Year : 2020
    • Length: 8m.
    • J80 del 2020 8 m from Length 1,50 m from Draft.

  • Used boat 8641 | Racing sailboat used

    Racing sailboat J80

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    • Club Náutico de Torre de la Horadada, Alicante (Spain)
    • Year : 2008
    • Length: 8m.
    • J80 8 m from Length 1,5 m from Draft.

The term regatta comes from the historical race between the Venetian gondolas. The word `regatta' is used for both sailing boat sports competitions, as well as rowing races. A regatta, therefore, is a race involving several boats performed on a defined path in the water. Among the sailing racing boats, the largest and best known are the America's Cup and the Volvo Ocean Race, but there are also many regional championships and well-organised events of an amateur nature which are considered essential dates for sailing fans.

In the category of racing boats we find a wide variety of sizes, ranging from 2 to 30 metres. In these types of boats, the amenities are much more basic than those seen in the cruiser designs, and sometimes they have hardly any facilities at all. In general, they are lighter and more state-of-the-art boats, which are manufactured from lightweight materials such as carbon fibre. They also include the latest generation nautical technologies in both the technical equipment and the sails where lightweight fabrics that will make the boats are faster but with a shorter lifespan are used.