The new Sun Fast 3600 is reviewed in the latest Australian Sailing and Yachting. This new design successfully orientated to both short-handed and fully-crewed racing with both twin tiller and wheel options has proved to be highly competitive at both.
From the article:
“Jeanneau likes to maintain its build reputation and I found nothing to fault with this boat.”
“…this boat is hitting the sweet spot for those that like to blast around a course yet still be able to have a comfortable weekend cruise.”
The first Australian owner Todd Giraudo from Perth says “yes – the boat is better than expected. The build quality and fittings are very good and it is pretty much ready race ready straight out of the wrapper.”
Todd successfully raced his in the Sydney-Hobart winning the Battery Point Trophy for the fastest elapsed time for a small yacht in the race. The yacht is now home In WA where he is racing it two-handed, as he did with his previous SF3200 in which they had many podiums against fully crewed yachts on IRC. See details on the Sun Fast 3600 at this link.
In the mean-time the Sun Fast 3200 keeps going from strength to strength with Pierrick Penvon winning the solo division of the biennial Trans-Quadra trans-Atlantic race overall on his Sun Fast 3200 with another SF3200 3rd and yet another 3rd in the two-handed division.
For more details on either the Sun Fast 3200, or 3600 please contact PBS on (02)9979 9755 or email firstname.lastname@example.org