On board of Nomad IV Jean-Paul Riviere’s French Finot Conq 100, built by Maxi Dolphin winner of the RORC Transatlantic Race. Nomad IV has set a new monohull record for the RORC Transatlantic Race of 10 days 07 hours 06 minutes and 59 seconds.
Nomad IV is a 30 m / 98′6″ luxury sailing yacht. She was built by Maxi Dolphin in 2013. With a beam of 8.3 m and a draft of 3.5 m, she has a carbon hull. The sailing yacht can accommodate 12 guests in cabins and an exterior design by Finot-Conq.
Nomad IV is a fantastic sailing yacht, designed by the famous architects Finot Conq and built in Italy by Dolphin Yachts. She is a part of a new concept of large sailing yachts, with a high freeboard, large beam and huge sail area allowing her unequaled sailing performances as well as huge spaces for the accommodation of guests. She is particularly comfortable thanks to her length and her similarly large interior and exterior spaces.
Nomad IV lateral ballasts mean she can sail almost flat and a lifting keel permits entry into a variety of ports and anchorages. Her large cockpit with 2 tables, each capable of seating up to 12, is ideal for relaxed dinners on board, and the ample sunbathing space permits owners and guests to soak up the rays in total comfort. Her deck saloon has stunning 360° panoramic views.
In the RORC Transatlantic Race 2015, skippered by Jean-Paul Rivière, Nomad IV finished first place in the monohull rank and set a new monohull record for the RORC Transatlantic Race. She set this record at 10 days, 7 hours, 6 minutes and 59 seconds, coming to Grenada at 19.06 and 59 seconds UTC on the 8th of December 2015, taking Monohull Line Honours to win the International Maxi Association Transatlantic Trophy.