Soto 65 "Camiranga" is a wonderful racing machine that combines performance with comfort. She has a spacious cockpit with a very comfortable interior, a full galley and two bathrooms. She comes fully loaded with everything needed to race and be competitive from the first moment. She is very powerful and the Canting keel makes her fast and stable while the dagger boards keep her on track.
Big square top main sail with powerful Jib and all the head sails need to make her as fast as possible complemented with ORC/IRC optimization. Her TCC is 1642 as of early 2018.
Record-holder of the most important long and medium-length regattas in South America, SY Camiranga is a Hybrid boat, with excellent performance both racing and cruising, this is when she will really surprise you.
Designed by Soto Acebal, built on carbon by ML Boat, this 65-foot canting keel, S65, features a modern and spacious design with a sail area compatible to a V70, providing comfort and speed. Her displacement allows the SY Camiranga to smoothly glide over the waves in light air.
She has a Southern Spars Full Carbon rig, cutting edge Future Fibers stays, North Sails 3DI carbon sails, high performance lines and she weighs under 16 tons. Internally she has comfort accessories such as water maker, water heater, freezer, refrigerator, ice machine, espresso machine, oven and stove, 8 carbon beds, and 2 bathrooms.
SY Camiranga is equipped with Cariboni hydraulics adjustment systems that controls the sails, winches, keel, and daggerboards, making sailing her easy and reliable.
The propulsion system as well as the generator are Volvo Penta. The propulsion engine can be used as a generator in the event of a power engine malfunction. They can also work together in regattas by feeding the hydraulic pump for greater performance. For cruise mode, the boat has a sophisticated battery bank that allows you to sail quietly for many hours.
The entire navigation system consists of several redundancies. There are more than five GPS systems that can operate independently, three independent communication systems, radar and all the necessary items for ocean navigation. The Main Navigation System has a FARO Processor interconnected to a Boat Computer, where all information received by the boat (speed, wind, apparent wind, heading, course on the ground, etc.) is analysed comparing with the polar curves of the boat, determining the better VMG, and the information is shared on the navigation screens.
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All this to provide maximum pleasure, comfort and safety in the most extreme conditions.