MINI 230

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About yacht

Ownership of MINI 230 allows you to:

  • Independence - independent sailing without completing the crew
  • Fast movement - easy transport and launching of the yacht practically on every water body
  • Using by all family members
  • No additional costs - wintering a yacht in the garage
  • Ability to quickly learn sailing skills


The MINI yacht is a unique market proposition.

MINI 230 is a one-man yacht for both regatta and recreation. It is intended for navigation even in the smallest waters. Simple design with a standard sloop.
The helmsman sits in it as if in a companionway and with his head above the roof of a small superstructure, he operates sails and rudder from there. The yacht is controlled by the use of sails sheet lines and the control stick, and ballasting with such a light construction can be kept to a minimum.
It can be used by people of all ages, including those with varying degrees of disability. It is also perfect for learning. MINI 230 a lot of forgiving novice sailors and after a few attempts, the yacht flows wherever the helmsman desires. For enthusiasts of the regatta, we give the opportunity to weight the yacht - the raised seat provides enough space for ballasting.
MINI 230 can start from the platform as well as from shallow water or from the beach. The raising /lowering of the daggerboard and the rudder blade is performed by helmsman.


Yacht equipment


Yacht hull is the main element of MINI 230. The appearance of the hull is emphasized by specially designed stickers and the use of gel coats in the following colours: white on the deck and bottom of the yacht and red on the sides and stern of the yacht. The proper buoyancy of the structure is ensured by two chambers in the form of air bulkheads, placed on the bow and stern of the yacht.

Fixtures and fixed elements productively installed on the hull:
  1. Deck:
    • mooring ear at the bow of the boat
    • fixing the stay on the bow of the yacht - fastening for the stay and the jib
    • two mooring ears as a fixture for shrouds
    • mast heel to seat it and install a sailing block for waist pad
    • clam cleats (3 pieces) and grommets (2 pieces) to the waist pad and jib sheets
    • sailing block and clam cleat for the daggerboard-lifting rope
    • bow cleat and two cleats on the stern
    • ear on the stern to install a waist pad
    • aft fitting on the rudder blade attachment with the yoke
    • handles (2 pieces) on the stern for transferring the boat
    • drain plug
  2. Cockpit (companionway)
    • raised seat with the possibility to place ballast
    • tiller in the form of a "joystick" with a system of transferring control to the rudder blade (rope + 4 blocks + 2 turnbuckles)
    • adjustable foot support (backrest, rope, clam cleats - 2)
Elements installed during yacht's rigging:
  1. Mast together with shrouds, stay and tooling:
    • mast block installed on the mast for pulling in the mainsail halyard
    • fixing the stay, fixing for shrouds, boom connector installed on the mast
    • shrouds and stay with ends and turnbuckles (3 pieces)
    • cleats (2 pieces) on the mast for halyards
    • sailing blocks (3 pieces)
  2. Boom: mast connection, grommets for waist rope and mainsail
  3. Sails - mainsail on creepers (+ boom ties) and jib
  4. Jib sheet (tied on the jib)
  5. Halyard ropes (2 pieces)
  6. Blocks (5 pieces): fixing the stay, boom (2), mast heel, stern ear
  7. Daggerboard with installed pulley and pulling rope
  8. Rudder blade with yoke
Complementary elements:
  1. Set of covers for: mast, boom, sails, daggerboard and rudder blade with yoke
  2. Two pockets - fastened in the cockpit
  3. Aluminum stand for yacht
Additional equipment:
  1. BlackLine regatta sails (mainsail and jib, special radial cut)
  2. Storm sails (mainsail and jib, horizontal cut, white)
  3. Reinforced daggerboard with additional internal ballast
  4. Slip /yacht trolley
  5. Cover for the top of the yacht

Technical data

Lenght: 230 cm

Beam: 120 cm

Draft:  15 cm

Draft with daggerboard:  80 cm

Hull weight together with the fittings:  40 kg

Yacht weight (full rigging, daggerboard, rudder):  50 kg

Daggerboard weight:  4,5 kg

Daggerboard with ballast weight:  12 kg

Sails surface (mainsail+jib):  3 m2

Storm ails surface (mainsail+jib):  1,5 m2

Mast weight: 300 cm

Helmsman weight (up to): 150 kg



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