Nin is an International 8-Metre, originally a gaff yawl, later becoming Bermudan rigged and now has a traditional gaff cutter configuration. Designed in 1913 by French architect Jean Quernel and built in Antibes, on the Cote d’Azur, she has taken part to the Centenary Trophy no less than 6 times, making her one of the regatta “aficionados”. Typically, Nin is only 8,50 metres of LWL but 13,15 long overall!

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