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Ino-Rope: Veni, vidi…


When a young Brittany company claims a Vendée Globe victory within three years of being formed... well that is actually something to make a fuss about. ‘For Us, By Us’ could easily have been the tagline that Julien Barnet – a professional sailor and rigger – and Thibault Reinhart – pro

Plenty of bang (and knots) for your buck

We do not need to be sold on the abilities and advantages of the well-designed and built pocket performance trimaran – and this one will even leave you with enough change for lunch. Founded in 2015, Libertist Yachts based in Poland has been making a big impression in the multihull world

Standing it up …. and keeping it there


It is perverse that one of the most critical areas of every sailing boat was also one of the last areas where appropriate attention was given to formalising maintenance schedules. From modest daysailiers and round-the- cans racers to the most sophisticated of superyachts, anyone who owns a yacht of any size

A+T Instruments: The heart of the system

A+T Instruments

A+T is mindful of the responsibilities placed on its instrument systems – especially in the dark! It is a dark, moonless, windy night and you’re running downwind in a steep swell in mid-Atlantic. The only thing between you and a standing gybe are the numbers on the instrument displays. The quality

11th Hour Racing: Making headway…

11th Hour Racing

With the benefit of sophisticated external auditing 11th Hour Racing are now in a position to judge each of their multiple projects on their individual merit and tweak their support – and advice – accordingly. 11th Hour Racing is on a mission to empower the sailing communities and industry to take

B&G: Managing the SailGP field of play


The F50 cats are so astonishingly fast that SailGP needed to adopt new B&G technology across its chase boat and race management fleet to ensure reliable and accurate data to run the racing – at 50 knots. The technology focus for the new SailGP global championship has been on the F50s

Hall Spars – a tidy solution

When looking around a modern performance yacht for some nice aesthetic details the furling boom is not usually the natural place to start – not any more however. Furling booms are not new to cruising, but modern performance cruisers can challenge even the cleverest spar designer. They demand not just ease

Beastie Boy

Dehler’s return to its glory days of high-performance racers could not be more appropriately celebrated than with this dramatic new 30-footer from the design boards of Judel-Vrolijk. It’s been a fair old while since Dehler Yachts launched its last racer-cruiser, as opposed to the cruiser-racers that have come to define the

Rapido Trimarans – On the march

In a multihull marketplace previously dominated by two-hull offerings a lot of careful thought and informed-development is ensuring that the trimaran configuration is finally getting more of the recognition that it deserves. Rapido Trimarans, is the brainchild of directors Paul Koch and James Sganzerla, who ran the highly regarded and successful