Interesting?

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The latest addition to the J Class resurrection, Lion Heart, was launched in Holland last week. Yes, she is big. Yes, she is beautiful. And yes, she has a carbon rig (Hall Spars) and composite rigging (Future Fibres). Still we couldn’t find anything interesting to write until we zoomed in on the picture taken shortly  … Read more

Largest Friendship in Fleet Launched with Hall Spars

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(Source: Hall Spars) The Ted Fontaine-designed Friendship 75 Isabel was recently launched in New Zealand with a full Seamless spar package from Hall. Isabel’s spars package includes three-spreader masthead rig and Oceanfurl boom. Designed for luxury cruising by the owners without the need for additional crew, all controls for the Oceanfurl are located near the  … Read more

Old School

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(Source: Hall Spars) Donald Tofias, the driving force behind the W-Class, recently launched a new addition to the W-Class stable. The W-37 is a fast daysailer designed, in the words of Stephens Waring & White Yacht Design, to “meld the best of the latest in lightweight hull shapes and foils and state of the art  … Read more

Indio Wins World Superyacht Award

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(Source: Hall Spars) The Wally 101 Indio was named Best Sailing Yacht 30m-44m at the recent World Superyacht Awards. Designed by German Frers, Indio is equipped with a super-high modulus Hall seamless mast and VBoom. Indio was lauded for its light weight and high-tech design. Other Hall-rigged finalists included the Dubois 37m Bliss and the  … Read more

The Boss has a new stick

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Photo: Alex Thompson Racing Alex Thompson’s refitted IMOCA 60 ‘Hugo Boss’ has been launched in the UK. Amongst the major mods to the hull and deck, the boat has also been fitted with a new Hall Spars mast. We believe it’s the first time Hall has supplied a mast for an Open 60. Alex Thompson  … Read more

Back in Town

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Saudade, the Wally 147 rigged by Hall Spars / Future Fibres is one of the first Super yachts back in Europe from the Caribbean. Thanks to ‘Salty Seacock’ for posting the picures taken in Valencia on the forum here.

On the road

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(Source: Hall Spars) The mast for the first Oyster 100 is on a truck bound for boatbuilder RMK Yachts in Tuzla, Turkey. The hull for the first of Oyster’s new superyacht range is nearing completion, with a much-anticipated launching scheduled for June. The Oyster superyachts are designed by Dubois Naval Architects. The Oyster 100 hull  … Read more