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CLASSIC < 100'
- 33ft classic daysailer
- 36' Josephine II
- Eagle 37
- 47' Elsa
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- 60' Schwanensee
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- 74' Copihue
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- 100' Sea Dragon (ex Sapphire)
- 100' Reesle
- 105' Classic Sloop
- 108' Shamoun
- 115' F-class Firefly
- 125' Seabiscuit
- 156' sloop Wisp
- 165' Henriette
- 175' Erica XII
- 180' Marie
- 180' Adele
- 186' Zeus
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- 203' Athos
- 262' Schooner
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- TC 51
- TC 51 Alexa
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- TC 68 Kingfisher
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- TC 75 Braveheart of Sark
- TC 78 Drumfire
- TC 78 Bontekoning
- TC 78 Heartbeat
- TC 80 Palmyre
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- TC 85 Velacarina
- TC 90 Kealoha
- TC 90-2 Atalante
- TC 90-3 Acadia
- TC 90-4
- TC 108 Eugenia VII
- TC 108 Simba
- TC 128 Atalante
- TC 128-2 Vijonara
- TC 128 -3
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- Lionheart
- J8 Topaz
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- Svea J-S1
- Enterprise
PILOT CLASSIC
- 33' Essence 33
- 36' Tintel
- 37' Wally nano
- 37' Pilot Classic
- 55' Pilot Classic
- 63' Flying Heart
- 66' Pilot Classic
- 68' Pilot Classic
- 74' Albatros
- 77' Pilot Classic
- 85' Windhunter II
- 132' / 40 m Pilgrim
- 152' Pilot Classic Elfje
- 164' / 50 m Pilot Classic
- 192' Pilot Classic
- 197' / 60 m Pilgrim
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- 57' McConaghy
- 67' McConaghy
- 66' Amoenitas
- 68' Noordhinder
- 70' Jan de Vries
- 80' Emotion
- 82' Ghaccio Bollente
- 87' Sloop
- 90' Whirlwind (ex Aeolian)
- 104' Happy Four
- 148' Wellenreiter
- 165' Sloop Victoria
- 210' Modern Classic Ketch
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- 68' Modern Cruiser Racer
- 75' La Nina
- 76ft Modern Ketch
- 80' Tempest
- 82' Bharlin Blue
- 92' Aphrodite I
- 94' Cruiser Racer
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- 101' Modern Cruiser Racer
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- 125' Temptation
- 133' Sloop
- 140' Aphrodite II
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- 76' Chase Boat
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- 90' motoryacht
- 35m Desperado
- 52m Hollander walkaround
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- 55m Ceres Project
- 56m Hollander wide-body
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- 10.75 m Lemsteraak
- 11.00 m Lemsteraak
- 11.50 m Lemsteraak
- 12.15 m Lemsteraak
- 12.25 m Lemsteraak
- 13.00 m Lemsteraak
- 14.00 m Lemsteraak
- 14.32 m Lemsteraak
- 16.00 m Lemsteraak
- 16.50 m Lemsteraak
- 17.00 m Lemsteraak
- 18.50 m Lemsteraak
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- 11.85 m Visserman
- 12.25 m Visserman
- 12.85 m visserman
- 15.75 m Visserman
- 16.0 m Visserman
- 16.50 m Visserman
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- 6.20 m Fries jacht Anna
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SVEA storms in for a win ...

19 March 2018

Yachts created from the drawing boards of Hoek Design Naval Architects have once again been turning heads in St. Barths. 
 
The St. Barths Bucket Regatta ran from Thursday 15 March, to Sunday 18 March and featured Hoek-designed Wisp racing in the pursuit class, and Topaz and Svea showing their graceful lines in the J Class. Wisp was pursuing a repeat of her 2017 first place, though unfortunately it wasn’t to be as she was forced to pull out of two races by circumstances beyond the yacht’s control. 
 
That couldn’t detract from the valiant effort she put in on the first day of racing however, securing second place in the hotly-contested Les Elegantes des Mers class. 
 
Over in the J Class first time entrant Svea was unstoppable. Taking first on day one, day two and day three, this titan wasn’t slowing down for anyone. Her fellow Hoek Design Topaz put in just as brave a performance, alternating second and third place with fierce competitor Velsheda throughout the regatta to take third place, just one point behind her rival. 
 
Hoek Design yachts have become a feature of the St. Barths Bucket with a reputation for strong performances and podium placings. In 2013, Lionheart placed second in the J Class, followed by a first place by Marie in 2014’s Les Elegantes des Mers, with Adele placing third in the same class. Marie again placed in 2015, taking third place while in Class B Elfje scored a tied first place. In 2016 and 2017 Wisp took a third and first placing respectively; joined on the podium in 2017 by Lionheart at third place in the J Class. 2017 also saw Topaz’s first appearance in the Bucket and one which she has followed up with passion in this edition. 
 
It was another exciting St Barth’s Bucket and Hoek Design was represented by Ruurt Meulemans, one of the two managing partners of our office. Ruurt was also part of the race crew on board Wisp.