monohull / offshore racing / open transom / foiling
Number of hulls:
7.5 m (24'07")
In early 2017, the Mini 747 prototype was the first and is still the only offshore racing monohull that can stay steadily airborne. At 8 knots of wind, only the foils touch the water, which means that it can reach higher speeds in certain points of sailing than those of water displacing sailing yachts twice its size.
Up until now the boat showcased SEAir’s expertise and our technological development laboratory, but we are now getting it ready to return to racing. It will race in the events of the Mini circuit, including the well-known single-handed Mini Transat, blazing the trail of foiling monohulls crossing the Atlantic in record time.