Blue Bell, thank you, Paul.
What are your thoughts on the better ones to use. The fabric or the solid plastic?
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Hi Gary. The photo is of the original Manta, a Piver, then came Bandersnatch which was a collaboration between Lock &...
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The start of the 1968 Sydney to Hobart Multihull race, the one & only time they have raced to Hobart. Paul
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"Wired" What a great boat. Paul.
X-IT. Hulls were built to be more like wave piercing hulls, so as not to have the large amounts of buoyancy that Wired had which could make the...
Wired was built for the around Australia race in 1988. Unfortunately it was not fully tested in time to qualify. The aim with the pyramid...
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We are building a 38' river boat using Polycore with great success . Would certainly use it again. Northern NSW 02 66828557 give me a ring if you...
Here are a couple of photos of X-IT going to windward in light airs.
LOA 52ft, Beam 33ft, Mast 18mts above cabin, 2 genoas 100Sq mts each, 1 staysail 35sq mts, 2 x 50hp 4stroke outboard motors, 2 asymmetrical...
Attached are some photos of John Hitch's 52 ft Cat which sails exceptionally well without a mainsail. Paul