The first Sun Fast 3300 has now arrived in Fremantle.

The Sun Fast 3300 “Kracken” will be campaigned by prominent WA sailor, and West Australian Jeanneau importer Todd Giraudo, following on from his previous Sun Fast F3200 and Sun Fast 3600.

The boat is currently being commissioned and has just had a YA stability test confirming that it meets our Australian Cat’ 1 requirements.

Production at Jeanneau is just getting into full swing with Todd’s boat being one of the first production boats off the line, but the early success continues with another SF3300 “Eurovoiles” just winning the highly competitive “Duo Sail” event in France.

The Sun Fast 3300 was designed to be highly competitive with an alloy rig, but can also be configured with a carbon mast and water-ballast for those wanting to fully exploit the IRC rule to the highest level.

It is also configured to be an easy yacht to race fully crewed, or anywhere in between, so even if you are an existing racing yacht owner tired of trying to find a full complement of crew this yacht has so much stability that it can be sailed at a high level without reliance on significant crew ballast. A real plus in the modern day where regular crew and becoming more and more difficult to find.  

With Australia finally embracing short-handed racing, which has been growing exponentially Internationally, there is considerable interest in the Sun Fast 3300 being a fast, exciting and highly competitive yacht with a relatively short lead time and highly competitive price point.

Availability is now out to early July 2020 handover in Australia, so now is the time to be placing orders to have a boat ready to tune up for next season! Contact Bob Lushey for more information on 0408 110 679 or email bob.lushey@miramarine.com.au