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Congratulation to Paul and Dale Mitchell and anyone else who was pulling strings to achieve this result agains some tough competition at Airlie Beach Race Week 2017.
Ullman Sails managed to clinch victory in the last race in a series that was closely contested with Diam 24 Fury Road. It was a line ball situation right up to the last race. Ullman sails took lines honours in every race.
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Paul Mitchell’s Ullman Sails is off to a promising start in the first race of Airlie Beach Race week 2017 with a very tight corrected time margin over George Owen’s new Diam 24 Fury Road.
As the previous skipper of Ullman Sails (then known as Mad Max) this no doubt leaves George hungry to turn the tables and it looks as though we’re going to see some close racing in this series.
Ullman Sails was also first across the line with a margin of 38 minutes over Fury Road after 3 hours, 40 minutes of racing.
Two other Diam 24’s are contesting the series along with Mike Peberdy’s XL2 (Crowther Shockwave) and Darren Drew’s Crowther 50 Top Gun
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The latest article in the LAB is about trimaran C Foils. We see them on most of the large offshore racing trimarans, but are they the right choice for smaller trimarans mostly racing inshore?
See the full article here: https: C Foils for Trimarans
Current marine based in South Africa have been appointed to build the TR36 trimaran with a sail away price of USD 295k ex factory including a carbon rig and two sails by Ullman. The TR36 is demountable for shipping and can be transported in two standard 40’ shipping containers.
Construction is infused in epoxy with PVC foam core, glass and carbon fabrics.
Build time is approximately six months from confirmation of order.
For a detailed spec. and price contact Julian Kneale at Current Marine
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For more specific design details contact Grainger Designs
A new Raku 48 to start construction in Capetown is planned for an electric regenerative drive system from Oceanvolt. The design will use an aft helm station and has been modified with more width to the cabin top allow for additional area for solar panels, with the additional benefit of more shade in the cockpit.
For pricing and available build slots for Raku 48 contact Ashley at North Star Multihulls Ashley <firstname.lastname@example.org>
The combined Newsletter for Grainger Designs and Rocket Factory Trimarans
Our DuFLEX kit systems streamline the construction process for amateurs and professional yards alike. More details here…