SL 16

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Current Specifications
Crew 2
LOA 4800 mm
Beam 2320 mm
Hull weight 145 kg
Mast height 8 m
Mainsail area 13.75 m2
Jib / Genoa area 3.75 m2
Spinnaker area 17 m2
D-PN 73.0
Infobox last updated: 18 September 2012

The SL 16 is a 4.80 m long fiberglass sailing catamaran. It is designed to be sailed by two people. The SL 16 was selected by ISAF in 2005 for youth world championships.

It has a D-PN of 73.0[1]

History[edit]

The SL 16 was designed in 2003 by Yves Loday. The boat is based on the KL 15.5 from 1993, but has bigger and more modern rig.

  • Units build: 800 total, 200 in 2002-2007, 50 in 20072

1 ISAF SL 16 2008 class report

Design[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Multihull Classes". US Sailing. Retrieved 30 July 2012. 

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