Tremolino back in Production

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by Bill Dunn, Oct 8, 2006.

  1. Bill Dunn
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    Dick Newicks Tremolino is back in production after 4 years. The Company has a new owner and is ready to build any of the three 23ft versions two of which are foldable and trailerable
     
  2. Doug Lord

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    Tremolino

    Bill, where's the Company located? Any contact details or website?
     
  3. Bill Dunn
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    Tremolino Boat Co

    The company is now in Port Washington WI right on Lake Michigan. The Company website isn't up yet but there is a great website for more info at
    www.geocities.com/tremsetter/ and a link to the forum group in yahoo groups under the name Tremolino
    The company address is
    The Tremolino Boat Co
    Po Box 426
    Port Washington Wi 53074
    414-350-6860
     
  4. MMulti
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    What are the three versions? I thought there was only one Tremelino.
     
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  6. Bill Dunn
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    Hello,
    most people only know about the Tremolino, but there is a T-Gull 23 which is the Tremolino with folding aka's, and a whole other 23fter that is called the T-Gull 2300 which has a plum bow more space in the cockpit and down below with a rounded bottom. It also has folding aka's
     
  7. Bill Dunn
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    The Original Tremolino Basic kit

    Did you know you can buy a Basic Tremolino kit to convert a Hobie H16 into a 23' trimaran for under $10k
    details anyone?
     
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    I'm interested!
     
  10. CapriTypeR
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    Interested here, Too!!!

    Bill, Send me info as soon as possible, please!!
     
  11. rapscallion
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    You can contact bill through his Tremolino yahoo group.
     
  12. Momo2000
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    the company now has its own page on the Trem website with some pricing and options info as well as comparos of the old and new designs and molds:
    www.geocities.com/tremsetters/tremco
     

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