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Pionier 930, "Sounion" of Herman Jansen

Photo taken in 2009 of the Pionier from Herman Jansen, the first Dutchman who sailde solo around the world in 1972 - 1976.

The Pionier is a small GRP jacht designed in 1959 by E.G. van de Stadt and the first series production GRP sailing yacht in Europe.

 

 

Specifications:

Type: Pionier

Designer: E.G. van de Stadt, Zaandam, Netherlands

Builder: E.G. van de Stadt, Zaandam, Netherlands (+ Tyler Boat Co. Ltd. (UK), + Southern Ocean Shipyard Ltd. (UK)

Building period: 1959 -

Hull material: polyester (GRP = polymer fibreglass = FG)

Hull form: roundbilge, fin keel, spade rudder

Total built: ca. 650

 

LOA: 9.10 m

LWL: 7.32 m

Beam: 2.40 m

Draft (max): 1.40 m

Sail area: 42.5 m2

Displacement: 3300 kg

 

 

SW handicap cijfer: 107

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Taken on June 14, 2009