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Comet 770

Brief Notes

Builder

Comar SPA, Rome, Italy.

The Comet 770 is a stylish small fast cruiser designed by Groupe Finot in 1972, and built in Italy by Comar. The design has lots of clever features, and internal finish is good.

Length OA

25' 3"

Sail Area

335 sq ft

Length WL

18' 6"

Rig

Sloop

Beam

8' 8"

Cabins

forecabin and saloon

.Draught

4' 9"

Berths

max 5

Displacement

3,550 lbs

Engine type

originally a Faryman diesel

Ballast

1,550 lbs

Engine bhp

7.5

Keel type

fin keel and skeg-hung rudder

The Comet 7.70 is a relatively little-known yacht in the UK, but was popular in the 1970s on the Continent. She combines a very fast hull (probably designed to race under Quarter Ton Cup rules when first built), with a very attractive and spacious interior, with a lot of careful design features. Although a five berth boat, she would be better cruised with two or three.

The design is in many ways similar to (though perhaps more stylish than) the Ecume de Mer from the same Finot design office.

Comet 770
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The heads are under the central section of the vee-berth in the forecabin, as there is no separate toilet compartment. This is the inevitable sacrifice made in providing a reasonably spacious saloon in a yacht this small.

The entire galley unit, complete with sink and gimballed cooker, slides away when not in use

A large icebox with refrigeration is fitted under the aft bulkhead of the saloon

 

 

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Owners photos

On deck she has a clear uncluttered foredeck, with the anchor well back level with the mast to keep the weight out of the ends for better performance - a clear indication of her racing heritage

Left: All stowage areas have moulded inner linings to keep the contents dry

 

Right: Normal check access to the engine is through a small access panel under the companionway steps. For more major work, the cockpit sole can be removed giving full access.


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