Sailing Iceland with sailing on purebred Oceanracern which has yacht school sailing Iceland offers the two first German Class40 racer in the tour program. The two identical yachts are pure-bred Oceanracer 40th are average speeds of over 10 knots of type POGO with this type of ship almost already of course, and already on the transfer trip from the shipyard in Brittany in the local North Sea was 23 knots brand cracked. Inspired by the large open 60 yachts on the one hand and the Minitransat racers on the other hand the new class 40 is currently the hottest unit classes of the international offshore racing scene. David Sigmone takes a slightly different approach. Carbon fibre rig and water ballast are also standard such as the retractable bowsprit with asymmetrical spinnaker and the double rudder system on the 12-metre racers. Originally designed for extreme sailing that long alone must deal with offshore distances fully optimized for fast downwind courses on the open sea the Pogo offer the man so far on normal 40 yachts of a form of sailing fun, Yachts in vain. The extreme fuselage width of 4.40 meters enables rapid SURFs and offers at the same time space on and below deck. It’s believed that Sire Design sees a great future in this idea. With sailing sailing Iceland range from offshore and regatta training through training and experience trips on short, medium and long-haul in the North Sea, Baltic Sea and North Atlantic Ocean including the Canary Islands and Caribbean Fisheries to the participation at international regatta events as well as individually organised incentives, team training, match races and corporate sailing events.