Jeanneau’s Sun Fast 3200 was one of the most popular and successful designs for today’s thriving shorthanded offshore racing market. Their latest 3300 promises to go one step further
Jeanneau Sun Fast 3300
Shorthanded sailing, be it single or double handed, has seen a steady rise in popularity in recent years. From the continued strong interest in the Mini-Transat to the thriving Class 40 fleet and Imoca 60 class, be it crossing the Atlantic or lapping the planet, there seems to be no shortage of takers among those looking to go it alone, or with just one other.
One of the most recent launches that is due later this season is Jeanneau’s Sun Fast 3300. This 33ft production racer takes over from the company’s highly successful Sun Fast 3200 of which more than 250 boats were produced since first hitting the market in 2007. Read on.