Hartley Byte CII

The sleek new Hartley Byte CII is beautifully built in GRP using a foam sandwich construction and weighs just 45.5KG.  The high boom position enables the dagger board to be raised almost fully for easier launching and recovery. The mainsheet is sheeted from the centre of the cockpit directly to the mid-boom position so it doesn’t catch on the transom which is a particular advantage especially when gybing downwind. The cockpit is large and self drains quickly, the high boom is a distinct advantage for taller sailors.

The superb fully battened 2mm laminated Mylar sail is coupled with a specially designed 2 part Hybrid mast, made from Carbon at the bottom for stiffness and from Glass fibre in the upper section to allow flexibility.  The flexibility in the upper section allows the rig to automatically de-power by spilling wind from the top of the sail when the rig becomes overpowered. This specially designed rig makes the Byte CII much more manageable for lighter helms in heavy winds. The Byte CII is suitable for mid-weight sailors when racing, and can be enjoyed by one or two people for leisurely cruising. The new light weight Byte CII takes the back ache out of launching and recovery, manoeuvring the boat on the trolley or around the dinghy park is very easy.

Hartley Byte CII Features

  • High performance.
  • Super self de-powering rig
  • Mylar fully battened sail
  • High boom.
  • Controls lines side mounted
  • Self draining cockpit.
  • 2 part hybrid mast, Stiff Carbon lower/ flexi Glass upper
  • Easy to right.
  • Ball bearing blocks.
  • Low weight
  • GRP Foam sandwich construction
  • Sensational style.
  • One design ISAF International class
  • Active national race circuit

The Hartley Byte CII is available in a number of set-up options, please go to the official site www.hartleyboats.com to see the full range of options. We are here to help too, feel free to get in touch and we can help with pricing and details, please call +852 2827 5876 or use our contact page.

Description

Hartley Byte CII

DSCF2689The sleek new Hartley Byte CII is beautifully built in GRP using a foam sandwich construction and weighs just 45.5KG.  The high boom position enables the dagger board to be raised almost fully for easier launching and recovery. The mainsheet is sheeted from the centre of the cockpit directly to the mid-boom position so it doesn’t catch on the transom which is a particular advantage especially when gybing downwind. The cockpit is large and self drains quickly, the high boom is a distinct advantage for taller sailors.

The superb fully battened 2mm laminated Mylar sail is coupled with a specially designed 2 part Hybrid mast, made from Carbon at the bottom for stiffness and from Glass fibre in the upper section to allow flexibility.  The flexibility in the upper section allows the rig to automatically de-power by spilling wind from the top of the sail when the rig becomes overpowered. This specially designed rig  makes the Byte CII much more manageable for lighter helms in heavy winds. The Byte CII is suitable for mid-weight sailors when racing, and can be enjoyed by one or two people for leisurely cruising. The new light weight Byte CII takes the back ache out of launching and recovery, manoeuvring the boat on the trolley or around the dinghy park is very easy.

Hartley Byte CII Features

  • High performance.
  • Super self de-powering rig
  • Mylar fully battened sail
  • High boom.
  • Controls lines side mounted
  • Self draining cockpit.
  • 2 part hybrid mast, Stiff Carbon lower/ flexi Glass upper
  • Easy to right.
  • Ball bearing blocks.
  • Low weight
  • GRP Foam sandwich construction
  • Sensational style.
  • One design ISAF International class
  • Active national race circuit

The Hartley Byte CII is available in a number of set-up options, please go to the official site www.hartleyboats.com to see the full range of options. We are here to help too, feel free to get in touch and we can help with pricing and details, please call +852 2827 5876 or use our contact page.

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