For over 20 years at RM, we imagined the original ships, efficient, more elegant.
In this spirit, we asked our architect Marc Lombard, in cooperation with our research, to achieve a "jewel" of 35 feet for experienced users who wish to sail on a sailboat cruise very powerful, elegant, and easy to master.
The specification that was drafted at the launch of the project was clear: to achieve one of the top 35 feet of the European market, offering a high-performance sailing, design a stylish and functional design, draw a boat race, great design attractive that differs from other, optimizing all the technical characteristics of the boat, said the environmental dimension of method of construction in PA.
The all-new 1060 RM surely respond to this challenge: the numbers speak, and the drawings are superb.
|Hull length||10,57 m|
|Overall Beam||3,99 m|
|Light weight||4400 kg|
|Bilge keel draft (mono-safran)||1,65 m|
|Draught monoquille (bi-saffron)||1,95 m|
|Main sail||33,6 m2|
|Fresh water tank||400 L|
|Fuel Tank||130 L|
Genoa winches back,
Plexi side and front (windshield).
|performance||ergonomics for maneuvers|
space and volume,
Access cab very comfortable,
exceptional outward visibility,
kitchen area / chart table very functional.
|welfare||unique position to chart table|
|high brightness||huge volumes of storage|
tight lines and modern,
bulwark, a true "signature" of the boat,
aesthetic exterior and interior,
infinite choice of colors of hull,
very attractive interior decoration,
maximum use of natural light,
maximizing space and volume.
|a look at "breathtaking"||highly affirmed|
|personalization of the customer to taste||light and space|
appendages (keels and rudders) profiles,
Hull epoxy plywood, rigid and lightweight,
large and powerful hull inspired racing yachts offshore,
2 versions: biquille / or monosafran monoquille / bisafran.
|stiffness to the fabric, shape stability||environmental performance optimized|
|efficiency of the drift||ability to ask the boat (version biquille / monosfran)|
Mat decreased balance G.V. / Genoa, staysail rig with cutter, cross trees.
|excellent balance under sail||reduction facilitated sails|
|efficiency of the wing in strong winds||performance at all speeds|
tight mesh of separate structural,
walls laminated directly onto the hull and deck,
galvanized steel structure with high surface,
bowling shoes expanded,
centering weight (tanks, batteries, ...)
|lightness and rigidity||limitation of the pitch|
|balance of the hull||strength of the structure|