Boat Specifications

Make: LaserPerformance
Model: Laser SB3
Year: 2012
Length: 34 ft. 0 in.
Type: Racing Sailboats
Listing: 1240007
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~Ultimate racing boat built for the power of three

Designed by Tony Castro, the Laser SB3 is an exhilarating and fast three-person sport boat. It's modern and powerful rig makes it excellent for one-design and sport boat racing. Keelboat stiffness ensures a great ride downwind in a heavy breeze. Dinghy-like performance offers tactical and close racing.

Perks of the SB3 include a high-tech x-ply Mylar mainsail and jib, a “sit-in” cockpit for onboard communication and a level playing field and adjustable rig with a fixed forestay.
Draft: 4 ft. 11 in.
Beam: 6 ft. 10 in.
Standard features: Mast raising and lowering made simple—rig-able and ready to sail in under an hour.
Additional space for crew maneuvers with the Gnav system.
Unprecedented class race circuit sponsorship.
Sports boat sailing for a crew of three or four (subject to weight limit).
Maximum crew weight limit for close competition.
Lifting keel for easy launch and recovery—tows like a dream.
Low aspect keel and high ballast ratio for a very stiff and stable sports boat.
Sit-in bars prevent hiking and promote on-board communication.
Class no-hiking rule—race results rely on skills and tactics and not on fitness
Modern powerful rig and high aspect gennaker keep sheet loads to a minimum.
Comfortable wide-open cockpit with clear uncluttered controls.
Identical boats with strict one-design class rules for hull rig and sails ensure close competition and low running costs.

The Laser SB3 comes with a Vela gray hull and deck; mainsail and jib are white and spinnaker is available in white or yellow.

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Draper, UT 84020
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