Justin designed boats in historical order

Boats are listed in historical order. Some of the types are built in series but some are single built boats. The list is in constant upload.

Enavigo 38R  -  2013. 

 

The Ultimate Offshore Racer
High performance CFD and VPP optimised,heavy duty built according to ISO 12 215 Category A with FEA structural optimisation. Oversized equipment all the hardware selected to MR standards.

 

Builder: Enavigo - Croatia

 

 

 

 

Length:

    11,60 m

Beam:

       3,50 m

Draft:

       2,60 m

Displacement:

      3600 kg

 

TOD 33  -  2012.

 

Evolution of TheOneDesign affordable racer with great performance in open, IRC and ORC racing.

Prototype testing has started in November 2012. The serial production is planned to start in 2013.

 

Builder: Cleanport - Slovenia



 

Length:

   9,99  m

Beam:

   3,16  m

Draft:

   2,90  m

Displacement:

   1750 kg

 

CODE8  -  2011.

 

The ultimate "Day Sailer‐Racer" for the European coastal seas and lakes. The boat is intended for full crew racing on up and down courses as well as for short handed coastal racing and a comfortably sleep for 4 adults.  

 

Builder: CODE Yachts - Hungary

 

Length:

   8,00 m

Beam:

   2,58 m

Draft:

   1,80 m

Displacement:

    910 kg

 

NAUTIC 370 RUN -  2010.

 

Géza Soponyai's Nautic Boats new carbon racer/cruiser type thanks to the popularity and the growing number of boats on the Lake Baklaton is close to become an independent National Class in Hungary.

 

Builder: Nautic Boats - Hungary

 

 

Length:

   10,99 m

Beam:

     3,46 m

Draft:              

     1,95 m

Displacement:

    4000 kg

 

LIGHT WAVE 37 -  

 

This modern performance yacht's design is based on the latest trends in performance cruising yacht building and is the  evolution of  several victorious racing yacht designs. The sleek and powerful hull lines, high aspect ratio keel and the efficient low drag rudder are the warranty for a stable yacht that sails extremely high upwind and performs like an IMS racing yacht.

 

Builder: Ventura - Slovenia

 

Length:

     9,80 m

Beam:

     3,78 m

Draft:              

     2,05 m

Displacement:

    4680 kg

 

Avatar  - Nautic 12 Racer -  2010.

 

The latest devlopment of the Nautic 12 Racer for lake sailing in the shallow waters of the Lake Balaton. Light displacement full carbon boat. 

 

Builder: Nautic Boats - Hungary

 

Length:

             m

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             m

Draft:

             m

Displacement:

             kg

 

TheOneDesign  -  2008.

 

A monotype mass-produced and made ​​entirely of carbon, both as regards hull and the interior, very innovative but very simple equipment and installations in order to be used for both fleet racing to match racing and for the recreational and day sailing.

 

Builder: Cleanport - Slovenia

 

 

Length:

    9,99 m

Beam:

    3,16 m

Draft:

    2,30 m

Displacement:

     910 kg

 

RUSSELL COUTTS 44  -  2006.

 

An ISAF recognized one design class, a high tech carbon racer by Coutts-Justin design. 

 

Builder: Pauger Carbon - Hungary

 

Length:

    m

Beam:

    m

Draft:

    m

Displacement:

    kg

 

NAUTIC 330 Club  -  2005.

 

The hull is 15 cm higher therefore more spacious inside as in the Nautic 330. When racing the two types are competing together without any hendicap calculation. Nautic 330 Club is also built with lift keel. 

 

Builder: Nautic Boats - Hungary

Length:

      9,98 m

Beam:

      3,30 m

Draft:

      1,78 m

Displacement:

    4000 kg

 

NAUTIC 330  -  2005.

 

An evolution of the Nautic 311 with the same sailing characteristics but more comfort inside and lifting keel. 

 

Builder: Nautic Boats - Hungary

Length:

      9,98 m

Beam:

      3,30 m

Draft:

      1,78 m

Displacement:

    3500 kg

 

FAST WAVE 30  -  2005.

 

An evolution of the victorious Justin 10.

 

 

Builder: Ventura - Slovenia

 

 

Length:

    m

Beam:

    m

Draft:

    m

Displacement:

    kg

 

Macarella - NAUTIC 12 Funcruiser  -  2005.

 

A Nautic cruiser is always a unique boat. Macarella is also a developped version of her prodecessors. A proven fast carbon performance cruiser with especially elegant inner and outer finish. 

 

Builder: Nautic Boats - Hungary

 

Length:

    13,00 m

Beam:

       4,00 m

Draft:

  1,6-2,4 m

Displacement:

     4000 kg

 

ANTEROS 36  -  2005.

 

The Anteros 36 project was conceived as a challenge to make a fast sports sailing yacht which will suit the requirements of regatta participants as well as provide comfort for holiday sailing with family or friends. The technology of vacuum infusion of carbon fibres mastered in Anteros, and a concept of interior arrangement and equipment layout developed by a crew of seasoned yachtsmen.

 

Builder: Anteros - Slovenia
 

Length:

    m

Beam:

    m

Draft:

    m

Displacement:

    kg

 

MARINA 36 CARBON  -  2004.

 

A fine racer-cruiser. Although the accent was on sailing performances, the interior of Marina 36 Sport consists of two two-bed cabins, spacious salon and bathroom with shower. In the central cabin – salon you can find navigation corner, kitchen, two seats – beds and table.

Length:

    m

Beam:

    m

Draft:

    m

Displacement:

    kg

 

MAXI JENA 80  -  2002.

 

The aim was to produce a boat by using the latest technology and materials for Slovenia with gimmicks like canting keel  and others. She was designed as an 80 footer bugt a bit shorter, under 24 metres not to be a ship for the authorities but remain a yacht.

 

Winner of the Barcolana in 2009.

 

Builder: Anteros - Slovenia



 

Length:

 29,99  m

Beam:

    5,05  m

Draft:

              m

Displacement:

   13000 kg

 

Perjura - NAUTIC 12 Cruiser -  2001.

 

 

 

Builder: Nautic Boats - Hungary

Length:

   11,90 m

Beam:

     4,20 m

Draft:

 1,9-2,6 m

Displacement:

              kg

 

Balck Magic - NAUTIC 311 Ultra -  1999.

 

Carbon version of Nautic 311 with canting keel, carbon rig and 5 trapeze for the crew.

The second canting keel built in Hungary for the Lake Balaton.

 

Builder: Nautic Boats - Hungary

Length:

       9,49 m

Beam:

       3,16 m

Draft:

       2,15 m

Displacement:

     1700 kg

 

NAUTIC 311  -  1999.

 

A successfull cruiser/racer series on the Lake Balaton. Today racing in the national Nautic Class together with the Nautic 330 Sport and Club.

One of the most popular class in Hungary.

 

Builder: Nautic Boats - Hungary

 

Length:

       9,49 m

Beam:

       3,16 m

Draft:

       2,15 m

Displacement:

     3400 kg

 

FAST WAVE 40  -  1998.

 

An evolution of Nautic 12 with a  2,90 metres draft, a light bulb, water-ballast, and a nice carbon rig – one of the first Pauger Carbon rigs - , a one meter long spoiler so the boat was 13  metre hull length, a bow sprit witha fixed and a retractable part

Pozeidon and the Viharnik was built  to sail on the Adriatic Sea. They are still among the fastest boats of the area mainly in light wind.

 

Builder: Nautic Boats - Hungary
 

Length:

         m

Beam:

         m

Draft:

         m

Displacement:

         kg

 

Remete  - NAUTIC FUNCRUISER -  1998.

 

Same hull as the Nautic 12 Racer but with a cruiser deck and spacious inner areas for fun sailing even when cruising.

 

Builder: Nautic Boats - Hungary

 

Length:

         m

Beam:

         m

Draft:

         m

Displacement:

         kg

 

QUADRIGA  -  NAUTIC 12 RACER - 1998.

 

The first Andrej Justin designed boat on the Lake Balaton and also the first modern racer.

 

Later Quadriga was rebuilt for offshore racing. Named as "Spirit of Pleasure" she took part on great races like Rolex Middle Sea Race. In 2013 she returned to the Lake Balaton.

 

Builder: Nautic Boats - Hungary


 

Length:

         m

Beam:

         m

Draft:

         m

Displacement:

         kg

 

JUSTIN 10  -  1996.

 

The first great success: Justin 10 fleet for the Grand Prix of Slovenia Match Race Championship.

 

Builder: Intermedia - Slovenia


 

Length:

         m

Beam:

         m

Draft:

         m

Displacement:

         kg

 

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