New Jeanneau Sun Fast 3300

New Jeanneau Sun Fast 3300

Jeanneau confirms the launch of the new Sun Fast 3300, set for the spring of 2019.

2 Renowned Naval Architects

To create this high-performance sailboat, which is to be sailed either fully crewed or short handed, Jeanneau enlisted not one, but two renowned naval architects: Daniel Andrieu and Guillaume Verdier.

David Andrieu, the naval architect behind the Sun Fast line since its inception, is a proven expert in optimizing for the IRC rating rule, as well as working with the Jeanneau builders to deliver boats of exceptional quality which Jeanneau customers expect. Guillaume Verdier, who is renowned for his work in the America’s Cup and Vendee Globe, will bring a mastery of computational fluid dynamics and finite element analysis to this project, just as he has in the past with other high performance boats, such as the 100’ Commanche and the IMOCA 60 Hugo Boss.

The complementary nature of these two experts enables the Sun Fast 3300 to be balanced and versatile, while also delivering IRC optimized performance, racing either inshore or offshore.

Antoine Chancelier-Jeanneau, Daniel Andrieu-Andrieu Design, Véronique Soulé-Guillaume Verdier architecture naval, Hervé Piveteau-Jeanneau and Basile Mayet-Jeanneau.

From left to right: Antoine Chancelier-Jeanneau, Daniel Andrieu-Andrieu Design, Véronique Soulé-Guillaume Verdier architecture
naval, Hervé Piveteau-Jeanneau and Basile Mayet-Jeanneau.

From a Curved Line, Performance

The innovative hull of the Sun Fast 3300 boasts a double concave, forward and aft.

These curved hollows on the center line enable an improved distribution of dynamic pressure, while limiting drag on
the hull and minimizing the surface below the waterline for greater performance.

The structure and shape of the keel, carefully studied on this new Sun Fast, also enable a reduction in drag and an
optimized center of gravity.

The result: a light, quick, reactive Sun Fast 3300 ready to launch, spring of 2019.

Handling, Effectiveness and Architectural Unity

The sail plan has been designed to be large and powerful, while being highly efficient and easy to handle.

In a unified design, the hull features maximized buoyancy aft, so the rig has been moved aft as well. The maximum
area square top main is controlled by a long traveller and twin backstays for improved upwind sailing.

The launch steps

This new Sun Fast 3300 was launched yesterday in Paris.

Follow along on the Sun Fast Page in the next weeks and months for news, as the naval architects make
announcements.

The Sun Fast 3300 will be launched in the spring of 2019.

Sun Fast, Renowned Race Boats

The long list of international awards won by Sun Fast 3200s and Sun Fast 3600s is impressive, with victories in such
iconic races as the Sydney Hobart, the Spi Ouest France, the Transquadra, the Giraglia, the Commodores’ Cup and the
Caribbean 600.

Today, nearly 400 Sun Fast 3200s and 3600s sail in waters around the world.

Provisional general specifications

  • Architects: Andrieu / Verdier
  • Overall length: 10,49 m / 34’5’’
  • Hull length: 9,99 m / 32’9’’
  • Max beam: 3,40 m / 11’2’’
  • Draft: 1,95 m / 6’5’’
  • Displacement: env. 3500 kg / approx 7716 lbs
  • CE category (in progress): A6 – B7 – C10
  • Cabins: 2
  • Sail area upwind: 60 m² / 646 Sq ft
  • Sail area downwind (symmetrical spi.): 128 m² / 1378 Sq ft
  • Engine: 15 CV / 15 HP
  • Water capacity: 100 L / 26 US gal
  • Fuel capacity: 50 L / 13 US gal
  • Battery capacity: 120 Ah (+ 120 Ah opt.)
  • IRC rating estimate: Around 1.015

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