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Doha 2006 is a maxi-catamaran, that participated in many offshore races.

Doha 2006
Other namesClub Med
Maiden 2
Designer(s)Gilles Ollier
BuilderMultiplast
Launched2000
Racing career
SkippersGrant Dalton
Tracy Edwards
Brian Thompson
Notable victoriesThe Race
Specifications
Displacement21 t (21 long tons; 23 short tons)
Length33.50 m (109.9 ft) (LOA)
Beam16.50 m (54.1 ft)
Mast height40 m (130 ft)
Crew13

As of February, 2012 the boat is currently docked at the Pearl in Doha, Qatar. Damage has occurred to the starboard hull due to improper docking.

It had several names :

It is the sister-ship of Gitana 13, winner of the Jules Verne Trophy with Bruno Peyron.

RecordsEdit

  • Under the name Club Med in 2000 : Winner of The Race.
  • Under the names Club Med or Maiden 2 3 times between 2000 and 2002 : Winner of the 24 hours distance record, with, in 2002, 694.78 nautical miles (1,286.73 km). [1]
  • Under the name Doha 2006 in 2004 : Winner of the Oryx Quest.

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