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An Introduction to the New Pac52 Class

It’s pretty exciting because on the West Coast we haven’t really had any super high performance, one design race boats for quite a while. That’s where the new Pac52 Class comes in. With a hull shape based on the current SuperSeries TP52 boats, but with a lighter engine, more stability and a taller mast supporting more sail area, the Pac52’s are the pinnacle of high performance monohull racing in the United States. As well as being faster and more powerful, the Pac52’s are also offshore capable boats, with some teams opting to participate in the Transpac race to Hawaii, as well as many other coastal and offshore races. The dual purpose capabilities of these boats gives the owners more value and makes the class more sustainable long term.

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New Fleet of 52s on the West Coast

If the name Manouch Moshayedi sounds familiar to our readers, it should. The Newport Beach-based sailor owns and skippers the Bakewell-White 100 Rio100. But he's also keen on a design that's half the size of Rio. "Last year my friend Victor Wild, the owner of the 2006 TP52 Bud, decided to upgrade to a newer version and searched around for a 2011 boat, but after meeting with Gavin Brady, he decided to build a new boat instead," writes Moshayedi.

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