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ROYALE ATLANTIC

ROYALE ATLANTIC

Designer: Philippe Facque
Architect: Nigel Irens
Hull length: 15,50 m
Maximum width: 6,30 m
Displacement: 9500 kg
Draft: 1,10 m
Engine: 2 x 350 hp
Autonomy: 500 miles
Construction: glass and carbon on foam, wet vacuum in a female mold


Launching : 1999
Skipper : Owner Royal Production
Architect : Nigel Irens
Royale Atlantic was designed by Nigel Irens according to a concept geared towards a very fast boat, with a small engine and low fuel consumption, yet boasting a range of over 500 miles. Featuring wave-piercing hulls, this catamaran was designed to track the multihulls during the Grands Prix by limiting the wake as much as possible and thus managing to keep up with them at over 30 knots. Equipped with video gear for live broadcasting (images, audio, edits...), the boat covered the America’s Cup 2007 in Valencia.


Fully dedicated to video production is uilisé by ROYALE PRODUCTION and others.

2015 Tour de France Diam 24
2014 Route du Rhum
2014 Tour de France 2013 Tour de France
2013 Mission Vendée Globe Arrive TEAM TV (Macif / François Gabart, Banque Populaire / Armel Le Cléac'h)
2012 Mission Vendée Globe departure Safran / Marc Guillemot
2011 America's Cup World Series
2009 BMW Oracle challenge Valencia in February 2009
2007 32nd America's Cup Valencia 2007
2001-2006 he follows all the ORMA system
2003, 2007 Calais Round Britain Race (IMOCA)

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