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  1. mattyhart

    Radio Control Multihulls

    first foils were AC72 style, lots of lift down low but not self leveling. new foils are pretty much what the other foiling mini 40s are doing with more of a - / - style
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    Radio Control Multihulls

    mini 40, foiling first day (not very well) new foils tested today with much more success, solo today so no photos
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    Radio Control Multihulls

    +1 to that!
  4. mattyhart

    Older fast Aus multies

    Are you sure you should be saying nice things about a Kiwi boat on this thread? . David's Barker's design is without doubt - still contemporary & a 'work-of'art' for sure. Sometimes I wish he wasn't such a good artist & had stayed with designing multihulls. Hey Bill, get your drift :-) Silver Raven, DB was on to it all right. The line drawings for Sundancer in Gary Baigents book show a boat akin to a Schionning Line Honours or similar but drawn in the late 1960s. Barker was certainly a visionary multi designer/builder. Sundreamer is not comparable to used racing boats - she is (following the demise of near relation predecessor Stratosphere) a unique attempt to crate a large, fast, minimum effort sailing craft. My question is; was there a C4? Sundreamer was the last built by David but the molds did end up with another boat build from them. it was build with Polly resin with choppy so it ended up very heavy. I am not sure where that is now. Stratosphere ended up a wreck on the Christmas Islands, still in one piece it just has a couple wholes and has been stripped of all gear.
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    Older fast Aus multies

    not an aus multi but a great boat of its time! and still looking great.