210

Class History

Whenever a one-design class lasts more than 65 years and continues to grow, there has to be a good reason. With the 210 class it's simple. Ray Hunt's pace-setting design is as cutting-edge today as it was when it came off the drawing board. With its 5:1 length to beam ratio, low displacement-to-length ratio, hard chines and streamlined fin and bulb keel, the 210 is as state-of-the-art as any of today's racing machines.

There is usually a down side to boats that are performance racers—discomfort. Not so in a 210 which has a large cockpit with comfortable bench seats. When it blows, hiking is 'feet in', providing high-level performance without sacrificing comfort. The 210 is sleek, fast, and competitive and continues to be a challenging racer as well as a satisfying day sailor. 210 Sailplan

Boat Specifications

LOA: 29 ft 10 in
Beam: 5 ft 10 in
Draft: 3 ft 10 in
Displacement: 2300 lb
Upwind sail area: 305 sq ft
Spinnaker: 400 sq ft

6/6/2012

International 210 Genoa SystemSmall Boat Endstops - 263Small Boat Endstops - 26329 mm Carbo T2 Single - 2146Small Boat Endstops - 26329 mm Fixed Carbo - 348Small Boat Endstops - 2632.25 Thru-Deck Block - 04729 mm Carbo Fixed Stand-up - 349High Load Small Boat CB Car/Pivoting Shackle - 272757 mm Carbo Ratchamatic Cheek - 263322 mm Genoa Track - 2720.1 M Pivoting Exit Big Bullet w/Cam - 140Genoa Track - 2720.1 M

Winchless Genoa System

To control the large overlapping genoa, the genoa sheet is led belowdeck to a Small Boat traveler car mounted to the inside of the boat. The traveler car features a plate with a 57 mm Carbo Ratchamatic® Cheek block w/cam. Crew use the traveler car to sheet the genoa to 90% of full trim. Then use a 6:1 block and tackle system to pull the belowdeck traveler car forward for precise adjustments—all without ever leaving the rail.

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210 mainsheetPivoting Exit Big Bullet w/150 Cam - 14057 mm Carbo Ratchamatic - 2625Bullet In-Line Exit Block - 089 Double Micro -  226Micro Block Double w/Becket - 227Big Bullet Through-Deck - 13157 mm Carbo - 260057 mm Carbo - 260057 mm Carbo Ratchet - 2135Swivel Cam Base/150 Cam-Matic - 144Low Beam Metric Track w/Pinstop 1.5 m - R27.1.5 mHL 27 mm Midrange Car

Mainsheet System

The 210 mainsheet system uses 57mm Carbo singles on the boom and traveler and cleats to a 57mm Carbo Ratchet mounted on a Barney post. A 57 mm Carbo Ratchamatic, mounted immediately above the Rachet, provides the skipper with additional holding power of 10:1. When sheet loads decrease, the Ratchamatic® spins freely for fasteasing action. The mainsheet tail runs into the boom to a 5:1 fine-tune purchase system. Two Micro blocks create a 15:1 purchase for finger tip upwind control. The fine tune exits the bottom of the boom through an in-line thru-deck bullet block and cleats on a pivoting exit or "headknocker" block.

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