The ship: our lab
Currently the project´s flagship is Acrobat II (Amel Sharki). Most activities will take place there. We also have the support of Acrobat I (Sigma 38) our previous parent ship, which will continue to collaborate closely in many of our future actions.
In this link you can check its technical characteristics. It is a sailboat with 2 masts, ketch rigging, central cockpit and 2 double cabins conceived for ocean cruising.
Its designer, the famous Henri Amel, considered robustness and ease of maneuvering as parameters to be maximized. It is a boat that prioritizes comfort, something fundamental to be able to undertake its mission of sailing lab of our project, since technologists need a space where they can work on the development, construction and testing of prototypes.
We are currently working on its comprehensive rehabilitation and overhaul. We bear in mind that it must also allow communication and outreach activities to be carried out, so the interior space in the main cabin must be configurable and adaptable.
Sigma 38 class sailboats are of British origin and were created with the aim of adapting their construction to the specific characteristics of sailing in British waters.
It can also be used as a recreational craft so that accomodates visitors and collaborator of our Sailing Living Lab project.
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