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Volvo 65 Childhood

Volvo 65 Childhood

Hull length 20.37 m / 66.8 feet
Max draft 4.78m
Length waterline 20.00m
Hull Beam Overall: 5.60 m
Weight 12,500kg
Canting keel
Two daggerboards
Rig Height: 30.30m
Mainsail Area: 163 m2
Working Jib Area:133m2
Engine: Volvo Penta D2-75 with S-drive

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SKU: V-65-CH Category:

Product Description

After having sailed 2 editions in the Volvo Ocean Race and more than 100,000 miles under the name Team Brunel, it is time for a change. The yellow racing machine has a new look and a new name. From now on she sails under the name: Childhood 1. The boat is named after the global Childhood foundation of the same name, which works for the rights of children. The foundation was founded by Queen Silvia of Sweden. More information can be found at www.childhood.org.


The cooperation between CHILDHOOD and Sailing Holland is made possible by external donors who support the idea of ​​the CHILDHOOD foundation. They give their support to present the name “CHILDHOOD” to a larger audience. External donors, in large or small form, can commit to this fantastic initiative. This way, Brunel will also remain involved in the campaign.

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