Ovni 32 C.E. rating and stability
I'm looking at purchasing an Ovni 32. My understanding is that yachts manufactured from 1998 would have been required to have a C.E. category rating. Does anybody know if they had a Category A C.E. rating? Are there any stability curves, AVS or STIX figures for them? My issue is eventually the yacht will be based in New Zealand and to sail offshore again it will require a Category 1 certificate (only required for NZ registered boats) to exit the country and one of the things they want is proof of stability.
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It's an old boat and while i am pretty sure it was a CE category A ( to travel the world) i dont really know how to get those figures.
Stability data must have been developed by the architect to get the CE rating (perhaps the owner of the boat should contact the shipyard and the architect Philippe Briand) to get the stability curve.
I doubt STIX calculations which are more recent have been done. As a matter of fact in 2018 it is difficult for a centerboard sailboat of this size to get the CE category A rating
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