Gennaker powered, single handed racing - the Vareo brings this exciting new era within reach of just about all sailors.The stable hull, responsive rig and easy handling systems make the Vareo an attainable challenge, while two mainsail size options allow the relative novice to cut their teeth and expand the boat in line with growing experience.
Fantastic single handed sailing, thrilling downwind action…and much more.
|Sail area Fun||8sq m||85sq ft|
|Sail area Competition||8.8sq m||94sq ft|
|Sail area spinnaker||10sq m||107sq ft|
|Hull construction||Polyester GRP with Coremat|
|Spars||Composite top and alloy lower mast. Aluminium alloy boom. Aluminium alloy bowsprit.|
|Sails||Mylar mainsail. Twin patch cross cut spinnaker.|
|Foils||Reinforced moulded daggerboard and lifting rudder.|
|Additional Specification info for owners|
Spinnaker chute sock modified to wrap around mast and cover control line blocks - from approx sail number 175
Spinnaker halyard lead through mast gate at starboard side of mast, rather than forward pf mast - from approx sail number 175
Gooseneck pin modified to allow greater articulation of the boom - from approx sail number 175
Spinnaker halyard cleat changed from cam cleat to Spinlock cleat - from approx sail number 225
Dacron adhesive wear patch added to foredeck under spinnaker halyard - from approx sail number 250
Mainsail outhaul cleat moved to forward underside of boom - from approx sail number 370