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Designed by talented Juan Kouyoumdjian, well known from the America’s Cup and the Volvo Ocean Race and Michel Desjoyeaux, her technical advisor, a sailor with a unique list of victories to his name, and skipper of the monohull Foncia, the First 30 has made a spectacular come back more than 30 years after her predecessor. The new First 30 unites the best of naval architecture in the same yacht, with the addition of comfort.

Awards

eyoy NOMI 2011
2011: Nominated in the "Performance cruisers" category
BOY
 2011:Elected in the "Small cruisers 30 feet & under" category

Features

First 30

Naval architect : Juan Yacht Design
Interior design : Nauta Design

Length Over All : 9,81 m - 32’2’’
Hull Length : 9,52 m - 31’3’’
Hull Beam : 3,23 m - 10’7’’
Light displacement : 3 750 kg (GTE) - 8,265 lbs
Fuel tank capacity : 30 L - 8 US Gal
Fresh water capacity : 160 L - 42 US Gal
Max Engine Power (Hp) : 20 CV - 20 HP
CE Certification : B6/C8/D10

Record of achievements 2014

Year Competition Place Rules Ranking
2014 Régate des "trois Baies" FRA HN 1st

Record of achievements 2013

Year Competition Place Rules Ranking
2013 Télégramme Tresco Trophée FRA HN 1st

Record of achievements 2011

Year Competition Place Rules Ranking
2011 3 jours d'Armor FRA HN 1st
2011 Course des Iles FRA HN 2nd
2011 FAERDER Race Normay LYSR 1st

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First 30-35-40 Carbon Edition

First 30-35-40 Carbon Edition

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