A Look at the New J-Class Rainbow

Expected for final hand-over to her owner this month, Rainbow is undergoing final sea trials in Holland. The 131-foot (40-meter) megayacht is a replica of the same-named America’s Cup winner from 1934.

Rainbow launched at Holland Jachtbouw earlier this year and will serve as both a racer and a cruiser. If you’ll be attending the J-Class Regattas in the UK this summer, look for Rainbow to sail as JH-2.

Here are some of the first images of Rainbow on the water and her crew putting her through her paces, taken last month.

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  1. Congratulations to Rainbow and her crew for the succesful training week.
    Rainbow is originally designed by Starling Burgess in 1933 and re-designed by Dykstra & Partners Naval Architects. We look forward to see all the J’s re-designed by Dykstra & Partners Naval Architects (Shamrock V, Velsheda, Endeavour, Ranger, Hanuman and Rainbow) racing in the UK soon!

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