Platu 25

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Platu25 Beneteau25 sailemblem.svg
Class symbol
Platu25beneteau25 sailplan.svg
Development
Designer Farr Yacht Design
Class is a member of World Sailing

The Platu 25 (formerly Beneteau 25) is a sailing boat designed by Farr Yacht Design led by Bruce Farr with the first boat being built by McDell Marine in New Zealand in the early 90's. It became a class recognised by the International Sailing Federation in November 2006.

History[edit]

The International Platu 25 Class Association was formed as the owners association to support the class and promote racing amongst owners which led to the class becoming an ISAF recognised. This entitled the class to hold World Championships.

The boat current two builders being Beneteau in France and Extreme Sailing Products near Singapore.

Events[edit]

World Championships[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
2007 Neustadt  La Revoltosa (GER)
Joachim Hellmich
 Flexi (GER)
Niklas Ganssauge
 Vilagarcia (ESP)
Carlos Paz Blanco
2008 Crete  Modus Vivendi – 3 Alfa (GRE)
Panagiotis Mantis
Kostas Karageorgiou
Vasilis Portosalte
Vaggelis Kappas
Stavros Argyros
 Flexi (GER)
Niklas Ganssauge
Sven Kruse
Bernhard Krüger
Sonja Krabbe
Thomas Kruse
 Bribon (ESP)
Marc De Antonio
Javi Jaudenes
Matias Bonet
Sofia Bertrand
Lluis Mas
2009 Punta Ala  Vilagarcia (ESP)
Antón Paz
 Modus Vivendi – 3 Alfa (GRE)
 Bribon – Movistar (ESP)
Jose Cusì
2010 Alicante  Karageorgiou Modus Vivendi – 3 Alfa (GRE)
Mantis Panagiotis
P. Kagialis
Vaggelis Kappas
A. Paleras
Kostas Karageorgiou
 Carpantxo (FRA)
J. Pintos
F. Sanchez
R.Alvarez
J. Figueria
B. Coira
 Iberdola (ESP)
M. Weiller
F. Pomar
M. Bonet
P. Balaguer
F. Gallastegui

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