ORC & IRC winner boatThis Mark Mills designed Landmark 43 has been making waves since its launch in 2009, debuting with a second place in the 2009 IRC Championships and a win in the 2010 Champs and a 2nd place finish in the 2011 IRC Champs. She has been professionally maintained and is constantly race ready. She is fitted with a Carbon Rig, B&G Instruments, Lewmar Winches and an extensive North Sails Racing wardrobe including 2 full suits for either Club or Regatta racing. The regatta suit features all top GP products with 3Di Main and headsails.Engine Volvo 40 Hp.420 x 340 Two Blade Folding PropellerELECTRICALBatteries consist of one 60A/hr Engine Battery and 2 x 120A/hr deep cycle AGM house batteries. There is a custom DC panel with circuit breakers at the Nav Station.Both interior and Navigation lights are in LED.There is a 220V shore power plug in and a battery charger.ELECTRONICS.-B&G H3000.- VHFIcom M304.- 4 x 20/20 displays.- H3000 GFD Station.- Panasonic CF70 Tablet.- Expedition SoftwareSAILS1.- MAIN1.1.- September 2018 GPL Carbon Main1.2.- Jan 2016 3Di 780 m RAW (Carbon/Spectra)1.3.- Dec 2011 - 3Di 870 Carbon/Spectra large head1.4.- 2009 - Carbon-Aramid panelled (cruising and club) and 3DL2.- JIB2.1.- Sept 2018: GPL Carbon J2 and J32.2.- Sep 2016: 3Di 780m RAW2.3.- Jan 2016: Light-Medium 780m RAW2.4.- Sept 2015: 3Di 780 J32.5.- Aug 2013: Paneled Carbon/Aramid J2 used for Club Races2.6.- Dec 2011 - 3DL 800 Carbon Light/Medium J12.7.- Dec 2011 - 3Di 870 Carbon/Spectra J22.8.- 2009 ? Panelled Carbon/Aramid J3 and J4 used for Club racing3- SPINNAKERS3.1.- 2015 Feb - S4 Spinnaker and A3 Asymm3.2.- 2014 - S4 Spinnaker and A3 Asymm3.3.- 2013 ? Code 1.5A (.5oz) and Code 2S (.5oz)3.4.- 2010 ? Code 2S (0.6oz), Code 4S (1.5/0.9oz)3.5.-2009 - Code 0 Mylar + Kevlar, Code 1.5A (0.5oz), Code 3A (0.9oz)3.6.-Code 2S (0.8oz), Code 4S (1.5oz) Frac3.7.- Designed to fly off Sprit: Code 2A 180 sq m all purpose Club and Cruising4.- STAYSAIL4.1.- 2012 - SS and GS5.- OTHER5.1.-.-Storm sails (with orange corners): Strom Jib and TrisailRig sizes: I = 17.35 ISP = 19 J = 4.8 P = 17.35 E = 6.15 STL = 6.95 SPL = 5.2 Frac ISP = 17.35The swept 2-spreader carbon rig from Southern Spars finished in flat black Awlgrip is the preferred rig geometry for IRC and in addition offers performance, handling and rating benefits. The Rig is currently set with a 2 aft rake and has a Power Team 10 ton Mast Jack. The boom, like the rig, is in Modulus Carbon Fibre. Carbon when used in spars is treated fairly in IRC for boats above 40' and in addition when using carbon this is also advantageous in its reduction of the overall VCG of the yacht.The Mainsheet System is the well tried and tested and highly popular AC German Style with an under deck return to the winches making for a clean and tidy deck. The Spinnaker Pole and Bow Prod are also in carbon fibre. The Standing Rigging is Nitronic Rod with a Kevlar Backstay and 12V Fleet-Hydrol backstay hydraulic cylinder. The Forestay is a Harken Tuff Luff foil.2 full suits of each sail for Club or Regatta racingDesigned to fly off spinnaker pole:Masthead Asymmetrics for light VMG and heavy reaching,Masthead Symmetricals for running medium and heavy.Heavy air fractional.DECKThe winches are by Lewmar with 60R Primaries and 54 AST for the Coachroof and Mainsheet Winches. Main, Jib and Spinnaker systems are all Harken with Spinlock Clutches holding the mast and boom lines when not winch loaded.