This one ought to be tricky…
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According to Future Fibres Facebook, changing to composite rigging will truly enhance your boat’s performance… ‘If you needed evidence that a retrofit from rod to Future Fibres composite rigging provides a performance improvement – here it is!! Spotted recently on our AIS fleet tracker (Marine Traffic) – Anemos and Nariida.’
Its a non contest. The mainsheet will aways win this one! Glad Ran’s crew member got away with only bruising this time.
Frank conducting his last rig experiments in the carpark at Woollahra Sailing Club in March this year. Photo courtesy Nicky Bethwaite. (Source: Scuttlebutt Europe) Frank Bethwaite passed away peacefully after a short illness on Saturday 12 May 2012, surrounded by his family. A pioneer in small boat design and research, Frank was the … Read more
The boys at Greement Courant take on a spacial project.
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The banging was heard all around the bay of Mallorca as this rigger resorted to the last tool in the box – the persuader.
While the Palma Vela fleet kept it more or less together on a breezy opening day (bar a man overboard on Alphina, broken main batttens on the J-Class Lionheart and numerous blown out sails) ,the hospitality tent on the dock did not survive the last big gust of the day. Although the tent was rammed full … Read more
…very cool work by photographer ChristopheLaunay and of course the Hydroptère DCNS team. Can’t wait to see the reworked boat in action. Photo: Christophe Launay Photo: Christophe Launay Photo: Christophe Launay Photo: Christophe Launay Enjoy these photos from our visit to the legendary Hydroptère DCNS trimaran at her home in La Ciotat to have a look … Read more