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Brasil Class

The Brasil class has proven to be extremely successful auxiliaries for both cruising and ocean racing, most notable was winning the 1st, 2nd, 4th and 5th places in the 1953 Buenos Aires – Rio de Janeiro ocean race. The Brasil class was the prototype of the Mackinac Class, the latter with slightly larger sail plan. The specifications call for first class construction of conventional type including lead keel, oak frames, mahogany planking and hollow spruce spars. Comfortable accommodations are provided for four people.

Design Specs

Designer: 
Sparkman & Stephens
Year of Design: 
1945
LOA: 
40'-"
Beam: 
10'-1/2"
Draft: 
5'-11"
Displacement: 
20,600 lbs.
Materials: 
Wood
Propulsion: 
Skill Level to Build: 
Cost: 
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Contact Information: 

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Greenwich 6830 Phone: 203-687-4700