The Diam 24od is a One Design Class trimaran sailboat, a spetaculair sailing boat which can reach very high speeds. The boat has been designed by VPLP Design, Van Peteghem / Lauriot-Prevost. The boat has been build in polyester sandwich with carbon reinforced. Number of build FR-ADH0008D414 and CE categorie C. The Diam 24 is the one class boat for the Tour de France a la Voile, an annual yachting race competing in several regatta's around the coast of France.
This boat is owned by Delft Challenge a Dutch sailing team and is the former "Columbus'. Delft Challenge has sailed the Tour de France a la Voile in 2018 and 2019.
Trampoline new from 2019, 2 Dpoufs, 4 fenders, Torqeedo  (one design), Complete standing rig, New trolley wheels, Covers: main sail, jibs, rudders, daggerboard, 2 winch crankers (Harken), 2 rudders (1 new 2019), 1 daggerboard, 2 tiller extensions (new 2019), 2 winch dolls (Harken), 1 Novasail pro 360, New cross beam 2020 (fore), New running stays (2019)
3 main sails (2014, 2016, 2018), 2 sets training sails + 1 set race ready sail, 2 jibs (2015, 2018), 3 gennakers (2018,2019, 2019) of which 2 UHMPE gennakers and 1 white nylon gennaker.
Marlow ropes, Control lines: Dynemaa sk78 core, technora cover
PAM trailer 2015 very well kept Nr. VJSA2DC1LEBKK0038 specialised for the Diam 24. Total weight 1.300 kg, weight trailer 350 kg, Board in front to store a box and straps.
The boat is one design compliant including: drying kit, safety kit, paddles and mooring kit
Diam 24od One Design
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