ETF26 - Thomas Deregnieaux Photography11

Foiling like in the America's Cup

Speed, Sport, Safety ... and S-foils

Conceived by the four times winner of the Jacques Vabre Race, Jean-Pierre Dick, and designed by Guillaume Verdier, the naval architecte who designed the winning boat Emirates Team New Zealand for the 34th edition of the America's Cup, the ETF26 was born to reach new frontiers of speed and performance. Inspired by the America's Cup sailing boats and aimed at both pro-sailing teams and private owners, it is perfect for high-speed races. The ETF26 has a proven track record in being able to adapt to different weather conditions : it can fly from 8 to 20 kts and reach 2,5 times the wind's speed. To see it racing is always breathtaking.


Takeoff 8 kts

Easy transport

Light (350 kg)

3-4 people


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No turtling or digging in

It flies low over the water

Professionally guaranteed


A ready to sail boat

One Design guaranteed

Ongoing Optimisation

Pro-sailing and amateur community

A professional team at your services


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High-quality suppliers (Axxon, Harken, Iroise rigging)

Full Carbon Mast

Carbon-Epoxy S-foils


Technical characteristics

Hull length with rudders


Mast height


Weight of craft

8.10 m/26.6 ft.

4.30 m/14.10’

13.70 m/44”

1.20 m/3.93’

350 kg

Full Carbon

Carbon / Epoxy S-foils

Two Carbon / Epoxy fixed “T” shaped Rudders

Carbon Mast and Gooseneck

Carbon Boom with Outhaul


Main Sail 3Di

Self-tacking jib 3Di

Code 0


29,5 m²

11, 0 m²

26,5 m²

49,5 m²