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Ocean cruiser RM 1370

Reliable and durable cruiser, RM 1370 - deserves the name of the king of the oceans. Just a breath of wind is enough to bring the flagship of the shipyard Fora Marine back into motion. The RM 1370's acceleration is truly amazing. In addition, even with all the new technologies introduced on the boat, it is easy to navigate and the steering wheel is very responsive.

The RM 1370 was primarily designed for optimal performance. The material of the hull and construction is made of epoxy plywood, so lightness and rigidity are paramount, with minimal wind resistance and harsh acceleration. This is a real ocean boat, which is a pleasure to travel long distances.

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Specifications
Length, m14.74
Width, m4.50
Draft, mtwin 1.95 / single 2.45 / lifting 1.42 - 3.35
Displacement, t9803 / 9528 / 9700
Fresh water, l600
Fuel, l2 x 175
ArchitectMarc lombard design
EngineIB Volvo D2-75
Mainsail54.5
Genoa62.5
Basic Price329 800

* More detailed information can be obtained by ordering the catalog

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