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  1. Maybe they just broke one and haven't fixed it yet ?
  2. aren't all the permissible and commercially available control surface hydraulic valves ,drive clutches and electrical actuators now a matter of public record ? Quick scan of the design rule says they were to be published 150 days out from the Challenger series - anyone got a link ?
  3. could well be - never read it - occasionally drop in here to see whats up and saw the conversation.
  4. interesting as the system described uses a "feedback transducer" whereas we all know the feedback was mechanical in nature with the valve being operated between a reference linear actuator and the position of the board. Off my pay scale to comment - just interested to note the context of previous use (cant keel position) and the note that a current AC team is using it as mentioned in the advertising - maybe another application ?? http://www.motioncontrol.co.za/55189n
  5. Axis control valve goes sailing - 3rd Quarter 2016 - MOOG - Motion Control Search ??
  6. She's been for sale with Berthon for a couple of years now, who also had Martella listed for a while but it looks like she has been sold. Thanks for putting the link up about Galicia. No Worries. Intrum Justitia shows up here on the web :http://www.blueboxsailing.com/Whitbread60Blueprint.html The stretched Fortuna had a cruising mod made in Cartagena a few years ago. Think she sails out of Alicante.
  7. NCB Ireland (otherwise known as ¨Never Coming Back¨ - or - ¨No C**t Bothered¨) Seems like it is still a recent listing ? http://www.cosasdebarcos.com/barco_42187070140149985399565048504548.html
  8. Do you know if this is the Farr Tokio that sailed in the race or the Swarbrick Tokio that was only used pre race?No idea...The Swarbrick Tokio had an odd keel I think, fin went forwards?? The boat in Chuso's picture is the Farr boat, the Swarbrick's in Helsinki. I read something recently which said that the original Galicia 93 is in Gaeta, Italy but has been ashore for a number of years. Maybe you read about her here ? http://shockwave40.blogspot.com.es/2012/07/galicia-93-pescanova-volvo-60-round.html
  9. Fisher and Paykel was being used for adventure charters in Fuerte Ventura http://www.maxisailing.es/index.html Rothmans was based on the west coast of Sweden north of Orust maybe Lysekil I think. You could always get in touch woth the people at FYD about the Whitbread 60's.