FORCE CASHGiven name
|Category Catamaran, Formula 40||Length 12,18 m|
|Year of launch 80'||Naval architect(s) Finot|
|Upwind sail area 90 m²||Downwind sail area 180 m²|
In the nineties, Baron Benjamin de Rothschild invested in a Formula 40, a 40-foot competition catamaran, whose name was a slight departure from Gitana tradition, since it went by the title, Force Cash. It was aboard this boat, during numerous years of catamaran sailing on Lake Geneva that the owner of Gitana Team discovered the delights of slipping along in a multihull. Today, Force Cash is a dedicated platform on the lake for teaching sailing to the LCF Rothschild Group’s associates and to external guests who are new to the sport.