RC 44


Price from 1500,- €/day


Number of training days

Cost of training day

Marina operation boat lift/descent

Support boat with training buoys per day

Up to 3 days

1.500 €

600 €

300 €

*4-6 days

1.250 €

600 €

270 €

*7-10 days

1.000 €

600 €

240 €

*10+ days

**1000 €

600 €

**240 €


*for renting more than 4 days you get 20% discount on renting any boat any time from our charter fleet www.palir-yachting.com, @paliryachting

**price discount 10% on cost of training day and support boat for each day above 10 days od renting

The price includes: renting of the sailboat with all equipment with the support of boat captain

Terms of payment: 50% upon reservation, 50% at least 14 days before arrival

Damage deposit: 3000 € Deposit for eventual loss of equipment and damage to boat or equipment


The RC44 is a light displacement, high performance one-design racing yacht competing in the 44Cup, a five-stop international racing tour.

Co-designed by five-time America’s Cup winner Russell Coutts with naval architect Andrej Justin, the RC44 boats are strictly identical in terms of construction, shape of hull, appendages and weight/weight distribution, as well as a 50-50 split between amateurs and professionals in each eight-person crew.

With everything, from the keel to the tip of the mast, made entirely from carbon, and with a powerful sail plan, the RC44 is rapid downwind, commanding upwind and performs exceptionally in both light winds and heavier breezes.

The RC44’s innovative and technical design present an exciting new hybrid sailing challenge, with the crews expected to hike like a sports boat and grind as you would on a keelboat.

“We wanted to include a degree of complexity so an owner can experience what a top-end race boat is like to sail, and it delivers on that,” explains Coutts. “I wanted to create a boat that would be exciting to sail downwind and powerful in light winds.”

“I also wanted a boat that could be sailed short-handed with a deck layout incorporating many non-standard adjustments. The trim tab on the keel is an example of that, to reduce keel area yet still achieve good upwind performance and maneuverability. It adds to the boat’s complexity but the racing enthusiast will enjoy trialing the different tab angles and the resulting performance benefits.”

Year of built: 2006 Beam: 2,75 m Fuel tank: 20 L
NO cabins: 0 Draft: 2,90 m Water tank: 0 L
NO heads: 0 Displ: 3560kg
NO berth: 0 Keel: 2200kg
Length: 13,35 m Engine: Volvo Penta D1 20 HP (retractable)
G1: 60m2 Halyard: 2x B40.2 STA
G3: 39m2 Primary: 2x B530 TCR UD pedestal driven
Main sail: 70m2 Main: 1x B55.3STR pedestal driven
Gennaker y: 170m2 PBO forestay has a hydraulic ram tensionerCarbon Mast
Gennaker: 150m2
2 x carbon steering wheels
Standing rigging is continuous in PBO with turnbuckles below the deck
pivoting retractable bowsprit
Handheld VHF
B&G Hercules2000 sailing instruments with mast unit
One multi-display on the coffee grinder pedestal
five 20/20 maxi displays fitted in a carbon rack on mast
Life jackets x 10 Emergency signals Bosun’s chair
Fog horn Electric bilge pump
First aid set Manual bilge pump
2 fire extinguisher Axe

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