L30 One Design, fast, easy to trailer and eco-friendly new 30-footer, is a brainchild of Rodion Luka, a veteran sailor who has competed in everything from the Olympics to the Volvo Ocean Race and designed by Andrej Justin. Carbon fiber spars, saildrive Oceanvolt SD6 electric motor with a folding propeller (diesel engine as an option). Comfortable cabin, galley, spacious head.
FAMILY SAILING - the boat is easy to handle by two persons.
EASY LOGISTICS - the boat doesn´t need a crane for lifting and splashing. It can be transported on a trailer by an ordinary car.
In a standard L30 equipment there is everything you need, including sails and even a trailer.
"The design concept was for a fast, modern and inexpensive trailerable yacht with minimum maintenance costs, a spacious cabin, and head, good for racing, team building, training, and cruising.
State-of-the-art technology, materials, and equipment are used in the L30. The users will enjoy its carbon fiber spars, twin steering wheels, and inboard electric sail-drive." - is what Sailing World says about L30
"The beam is therefore limited to 2.54m for road transport on a trailer and in what that regards they propose a very good trailer as well as an easy lowering mast system, a lifting keel (0.58/1.80m) and retractable rudders. Even with a beam limitation, the stability is good due to the considerable 39% B/D using a 1.80m keel with a lead torpedo. The stability is enough to certify the boat as class A and that, in a boat with that weight and size, says a lot about it.
The boat design is quite pleasant to the eye and only when looked from behind it shows a bit more volume, that is very well disguised in all other views, but it is on the interior layout that I find this boat really clever.
The lifting keel box is used as an internal division separating the head from the galley and it works surprisingly well. The head is a good sized one and the galley has what is needed for coastal cruising and, even if narrow, it works very well, providing back support to the cook. The dinette and social area include the forward cabin, that is semi-open, larger than usual on this size of boats and has space for lateral seats and for a removable table that in order to allow space for legs, is fixed laterally, on the keel box." interesting sailboats blog says.