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2010 Dart Vago DX

6 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

The Vago is versatile with a multi-functional concept and interchangeable horsepower. It encompasses many design features found on individual boats. The magic of this design is that Vago carries the majority of them, without compromise.
Comes with dolly but no trailer.

Equipment on Board:

The perfectly tuned rig that compliments the innovative hull design;
The Vago is constructed from a Polyethylene Tri-Skin foam sandwich offering durability and a hard wearing exterior which means maintenance is kept to an absolute minimum;
The shape offers outstanding performance;
The Vago comes in two editions; one of them has more sail area and a trapeze giving it more horsepower;
The Gnav Vang system creates more space in the cockpit to assist crew mobility and comfort – it has a “sit in” feel – not usually associated with asymmetric skiff style sailing;
The cockpit design also supports hiking and trapeze options with inset steps for easy leverage;
The Vago has a high boom giving more crew space and a simple layout with all control lines being easy to locate and use;
The mainsail operates on a one line reefing system – pulling on one control line slab reefs the mainsail to 70% of its original size. This feature, coupled with a roller furling jib means a quick increase or decrease in sail power;
Super linear foam sandwich polyethylene hull with pivoting centreboard and self draining cockpit;
The rig incorporates Selden T6 aerospace grade alloy spars, “single line” slab reefing mainsail and jib furling systems;
Hyde sails comprise superkote 0.9oz gennakers, resin impregnated polyester woven jib/mainsail and a radial cut Kevlar laminate cloth “performance” mainsail;
Holt “Dynamic” range hardware and trapeze conclude the specification.

Dart Vago DX
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