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Early Concept for Q7

Q7 Re-Imagined

To Celebrate Falcon's Centenary in 2026

'Falcon' is a joy to sail. With a generous sail area, narrow beam and low freeboard she offers a connection to the water that's both metaphoric and literal. In light air and smooth waters she has a level of performance that still gives many of her more modern counterparts a run for their money. Fans of the Q Class include three times America's Cup winner Dennis Connor who owned and sailed Q8, 'Cotton Blossom II' in San Diego and the French sailing legend Bruno Trouble who owned and raced Q16, 'Jour de Fete'.  

"I’ve been sailing all my life on the best boats and these Q boats are a dream to sail ... They are true racing boats, you ease an inch on the main and it changes the boat completely. Adjusting the runners makes a difference. They’re extremely sensitive and subtle.”  Bruno Trouble, March 2016 issue of Classic Boat Magazine

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The Design Brief : 
To re-imagine 'Falcon' for 2026 creating a modern masterpiece that blends traditional Q Class design with the best craftsmanship, systems, technologies and materials available today.


Initial Concept Drawings by Dykstra Naval Architects

Early concept drawings exploring the options for the 'Falcon Study'

A Modern Masterpiece - Every Detail Matters

  • Authentic and Unmistakably 'Falcon':

    • Retain 'Falcons' distinctive silhouette including her original hull lines, full keel, and fractional rig.

    • Hand-crafted using state-of-the-art wood/epoxy construction techniques

    • True to the original Universal Rule 'Q Class' rating


  • ​Use of Sustainable Technology

    • Wooden hull construction using timber from responsibly managed forests

    • Fully recyclable sails

    • Electric propulsion​ with re-gen. capability

  • Simple to Sail Single or Short Handed

    • Electric Winches​

    • Autopilot paired with state of the art electronics package and instruments

    • Jet-Thruster to aid maneuverability 

    • Innovative Head Sail Furling system with furling 'hanked' headsails 

  • Comfort & Accommodation

    • Cozy luxury for 2​

    • Electric head, shower & hot water

    • 4x crew Berths for a weekend Regatta​

  • Performance To Match Her Looks

    • Carbon Mast, Boom & Rigging

    • Quick-Fit Removable Carbon Stanchions and Dyneema Life Lines

    • Performance Sail Package from OneSails

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The Falcon Study has started!  Use the 'Contact' form to let us know you want to be kept updated as the build progresses or check here for regular progress reports. 

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