The hard practice of the OSTAR (Observers single-handed transatlantic race) and similar very tough sailing competitions over oceans in which Waarschip participated have taught us a lot. About seaworthiness, about comfort, about efficiency and about strength. For example, it has been found that boats of the Waarschip 1076 format do relatively well. Large enough to keep sailing well under difficult conditions, large enough to offer the crew the comfort that can make the difference between pleasant and unpleasant during a long stay on board. Large enough to live on board. Small enough to remain optimally manageable, even for a small crew. The Waarschip 36 is category CE A tested. (>> certificate)
Very stable and spacious
The substantial width of the Waarschip 1076 ensures that the boat sails at small angles, it does not easily heal over. Moreover, the substantial width of the Waarschip 1076 makes a large ship for its length. The large volume of the warning 1076 makes a spacious, practical layout possible. All elements from it are of generous size. The fairly far forward engine is easily accessible from all sides. There is a large floor space. The backrests in the cabin can also be used as berths. The total number of berths is 8 in the standard version. Changes to the layout are possible as long as the location of the partitions is not changed. In the part of the ship where the superstructure is located, the headroom is more than 1.90 m everywhere, in the cabin it is almost 2.00 m.
High speed potential
The boat has a high speed potential, is manoeuvrable and easy to control. The rudder also ensures good course stability. The operation is simple, even for a small crew. The 1076 has been developed in such a way that it is possible to meet your individual requirements. This makes the boat the ideal basis for a custom build ocean going yacht with specific and high demands.