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Look at this Seacart 26 promotion movie:


SeaCart 26. Promo. from Love Strandell on Vimeo.



Not much wind and the boat glide very fast, effortlessly. Nice. What a day-sailer, what a racer, what a wonderful boat

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O.K.! Starting to like this . . .AureusXV/XVI . . . Ferrari mention understood . . .personally would rethink the interior surfaces/finishes (personal, colors & textures etc.) yeah just me.
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O.K.! Starting to like this . . .AureusXV/XVI . . . Ferrari mention understood . . .personally would rethink the interior surfaces/finishes (personal, colors & textures etc.) yeah just me.
Yes I agree. I understand the designer's idea and the zen spirit with some luxury is a great mix, but mainly on the dark set-up I thing you are right.

On the light colors set up it seems a lot better to me. You can see that on the cabin. Pity that the saloon is shown only with the dark set up. I don't like the movable cabinets idea on a boat with this size.

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And some great sailing without a sailing boat:












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Great photo of Hetairos:




You can downloaded it from Yacht magazine in several sizes and use it as Desktop for Mars.

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Finally things are really hot on the VOR, while they are heading in difficult conditions to Auckland.

Difficult conditions mean spectacular sailing and the French from Groupama are blasting away winning miles to everybody.

Volvo Ocean Race 2011-2012 | Race Data Center


Nothing is decided yet. Still 2000 miles to Auckland and the 2th and 3th are at only 90Nm. Big fight for 2th between the Australian/American Puma (2th now) and the Spanish from Telefónica.


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Take a look at first twin-wheel Pogo12.50. Eric is it yours?



I guess Eric miss your post

But I hope not. The boat was not designed for that and two wheels on that boat only make sense if the boat has a large crew and that's the opposite of its sailing program (solo or short crew).

If you have a tiller and am extension all the winches are near by at reach. With wheels all winches are very far away and out of reach from the skipper.

For having this set up they should have re-positioned the winches.

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New boat: Tide 34, a centerboarder with a classic flavor. A beautiful boat made in small series. Not an inexpensive one but one that will not look outdated in half a dozen years.

Very light (2780kg) and with not much ballast (500kg) most of its stability comes from form stability and the boat is only certified as class C by the RCD.

This boat does not pretend to be an offshore boat, just a nice boat for protected waters.













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Paulo, I was just joking regarding twin-wheel and Eric I'm aware Eric will sail shorthanded.

Also wanted to post Anasazi Racing blog about family on a racing Open 40 making a circumnavigation. Amazing!

If you really love sailing and making dreams alive, then you don't really care much about interior or size or ... How about 32 days and 2000km on Laser?

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Great Video. I did not knew that one. Fantastic adventure! Great fun

I knew about the Anasazi voyage but I never had looked at their site: Fantastic photos and lovely kids. Great voyage.

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