The 11:Metre One Design, also called the 11 Metre or 11 Meter, is an American trailerable sailboat that was designed by Ron Holland and Rolf Gyhlenius as a one-design racer and first built in 1990.
|Designer||Ron Holland & Rolf Gyhlenius|
|Builder(s)||Precision Boat Works|
|Name||11:Metre One Design|
|Boat weight||3,527 lb (1,600 kg)|
|Draft||5.90 ft (1.80 m)|
|LOA||33.80 ft (10.30 m)|
|LWL||26.90 ft (8.20 m)|
|Beam||8.20 ft (2.50 m)|
|Keel/board type||fin keel with weighted bulb|
|Ballast||1,598 lb (725 kg)|
|Rudder(s)||internally-mounted spade-type rudder|
|Rig type||Bermuda rig|
|I foretriangle height||32.18 ft (9.81 m)|
|J foretriangle base||10.18 ft (3.10 m)|
|P mainsail luff||36.09 ft (11.00 m)|
|E mainsail foot||13.12 ft (4.00 m)|
|Sailplan||fractional rigged sloop|
|Mainsail area||245.77 sq ft (22.833 m2)|
|Jib/genoa area||163.80 sq ft (15.218 m2)|
|Total sail area||409.57 sq ft (38.050 m2)|
The 11 Meter is a racing keelboat, built predominantly of cored fiberglass. It has a fractional sloop rig, a raked stem, a sharply reverse transom, an internally mounted spade-type rudder controlled by a tiller and a fixed fin keel with a weighted lead bulb. It displaces 3,527 lb (1,600 kg) and carries 1,598 lb (725 kg) of ballast.
The boat has a draft of 5.90 ft (1.80 m) with the standard keel.
The design has minimal cabin space, intended for storage space.
The boat is supported by a class club that organizes racing events, the International 11:Metre One Design Class Association.