A fast and comfortable sailboat
Kaveka is a 43 feet aluminium cutter.
She is the sistership to Philippe Poupon's first exploration sailing boat Fleur australe.
She is extremely comfortable in navigation and at anchor. This is due in particular to her great draft when the keel is down (4 m).
Her name comes from the marquesian word kaveka. It is a sea bird we can find in all the oceans: the sooty tern.
- prototype of the French shipyard Pouvreau
- plan Auzépy Brenneur
- length: 13.60 m
- sail area upwind: 125 m2
- depht: from 1.60 m to 4 m
- weight: 10 tons
- spacious saloon under the cockpit
- approved for 8 people for ocean navigation, 12 people for coastal navigation
- hull and deck isolation
the port crew cabin with 2 single bunk beds
the starboard crew cabin with 2 single bunk beds
The two crew cabins share the bow toilet.