To keep our single out ahead of the crowd, we took the best of the original Resolute 1x design and improved everything from balance and ergonomics to materials and manufacturing. The result: a faster, more durable, FISA compliant boat. Available in Lightweight and Heavyweight models, every Z1 is delivered fully fitted with a carbon fiber wing rigger, angled composite footstretcher, and Nike Omada shoes. Custom painting, rigging, and accessories are also available.
Also available in a modified format for RESOLUTE Adaptive
Wave Piercing Bow: RESOLUTE Bows were conceived by America’s Cup Winning hull designers to reduce excess weight and pierce waves for a smooth even ride rather than riding up and over waves creating the ‘hobby horse’ effect that unbalances the set of the boat.
Micro Pitch Pins – RESOLUTE Pins are adjusted with micro angles pitch washers that facilitate precision stern and outboard pitch angles even if the pin nut comes loose. In addition, snap washers on the pin facilitate immediate easy height adjustment.
Next Gen Skeg Rudder System: The New RESOLUTE Quick Change Skeg/Rudder System facilitates rapid skeg rudder change in less than five minutes.
Height Adjustable Seats: RESOLUTE Seats are easily adjustable for rower height. Temporary, Semi Permanent
heavyweight and lightweight models.
|Light 1x||25 ft 4 in||8 in||14.25 in||130-180 lbs|
|Heavy 1x||25 ft 4 in||9 in||15.25 in||175-235 lbs|
*beam measured at widest point at top of gunwale flange
"There’s no question that they are the most durable long lasting racing shells built. Regarding the efficiency of the hull, race results speak for themselves. You can count on exactly the same construction and durability."-Steve Gladstone Head Coach Heavyweight Men: Yale University
"I already knew that Resolute gets round the bends on the Charles better than [competitors]. I reckon the Resolute with the shark's fin rudder is around 3 seconds faster than any other shell on steering the bends alone! "-Adrian Ellison Olympic Gold Medal Winning Cox: 1984 Los Angeles with Sir Steven Redgrave