The Landmark 43 is a Mark Mills design and has been one of the most successfull racing boats over the past 8 years in national and international regatta’s. The 2016 ORCi World Championship was won by a Landmark 43 with 2 other Landmarks ranked in the top 10.
The Landmark 43 “Skarp” won the Dutch National Championship in 2015 and several other first prizes since it was launched in 2011.

This Landmark 43 has been maintained by her skipper/owner by the highest standards and was refitted with new electronics in 2015. The boat, which has the option to sail in symmetrical or asymmetrical spinnaker configuration, comes with a large number of sails including a hardly used North Sails 3Di main and 3Di genua H sail.

The Landmark 43 is a remarkable fast racing/cruiser sailboat. The hull is made of fiberglass re-inforced epoxy sandwich and gelcoat. The keel frame inside the boat is made of carbon composite and the whole hull and deck are laminated together to create an even more stiff structure.
The deck layout is designed by former Volvo Ocean race members and shows optimal working space for the main sheet trimmer as the mainsheet traveller is placed on the aft of the deck.
To save weight all interior components such as cubboards and doors are made of plastic honeycomb material covered by luxurieus wood veneer.  Floorboards are sandwich material covered by laminate.

General specifications “Skarp” (2011)

Designer Mills Design Ltd
Length over All 13.10 meter (water line 11.26 meter)
Beam 3.83 meter
Displacement 7924 kg 
Sleeping bunks 10-12 persons
CE Certification A – Ocean
Mast  HallSpars Carbon mast (17.35 mtr) &  carbon boom
Rigging Rod rigging
Draft 2.50 meter, lead torpedo bulb
Sail area (mainsail + genua) 110 m2
Down wind sail area (mainsail + asym) 270 m2
Symmetrische spinnaker  170 m2 on carbon pole
Asymmetrische spinnaker 204 m2 on retractable bowsprit
Motor Volvo Penta 40 HP with reverse gear unit and saildrive 130S – less than 500 hours
Fuel capacity 170 ltr diesel, single midship tank
Water capacity 2 tanks, total 300 liters
Navigation & pilot system B&G H5000 systeem – NMEA 2000 bus
Deck gear Harken

Skarp is delivered including a steel cradle and currently moored in Almere, The Netherlands.
Price:  EUR 295.000,-  VAT paid  (price lowered per September 21st 2017)