Something a litle different

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by RHP, Nov 7, 2007.

  1. RHP
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    RHP Senior Member

    I post this picture purely to cause trouble !

    At least the owner has found the solution to his wife's microwave, hairdrier, tv, computer, dishwasher, washing machine etc..!!

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  2. DanishBagger
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    DanishBagger Never Again

    Yikes, that thing looks quite topheavy!
  3. rob denney
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    rob denney Senior Member


    Pretty sure it is Revolution 2, an 11m/36' cat owned by Jim Wilkinson. Revolution 1 was an 8m/26 footer which sailed directly into the wind at a better vmg than it would have under sail, and crossed the English Channel and was cruised around the Dutch waterways for a month or so.

    I met Jim 25 years ago, when I was building a 9m/30' wind turbine cat just down the coast from him. It also went directly into the wind, best speed being 6 knots into 20 knots of breeze.

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