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Max1279

Member Since 18 Dec 2011
Offline Last Active Jan 30 2012 06:59 PM
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Holt centenary reggata

25 January 2012 - 11:14 PM

There is going to be a large event to celebrate the centenary of all the boats designed by Jack Holt, it is to take place a Wraysbury sailing club, and it is possible to enter on the cvrda website - www.cvrda.org if you could make it, it would be great. It is on the 7th and 8th of July, at the club Jack Holt founded, it is a small club, so places will be limited to 50 places. It is also rumoured that Jack Holt designed the Solo, and Streaker specifically for Wraysbury, so come and sail your boat where it is meant to be! There is great camping on site, and Wraysbury is a very friendly club, for more details please see www.cvrda.org/community on the events page.

Regards,
Max

Boat transportation

30 December 2011 - 09:47 PM

Hi,
I am very interested in getting a low rider moth, but it is too far (cost and time) for us to collect easily, so does anyone know of any budget boat courier type transporter companies who could do this job for a relatively low price (75 or less),
Thanks for any help,
Max

Building a rudder stock

21 December 2011 - 11:17 PM

Hi,
I have been given a rudder T foil rudder blade that I need to build a rudder stock for, I was thinking it would be the best way to build one out of foam covered with carbon, do you think this is the best way? I would be grateful for any advice,
Thanks,
Max

Foiling moth

18 December 2011 - 11:11 PM

Hi,
I am very interested in moths, and their history, due to this I have got a 1970's moth and I am very hopeful to one day get a foiling moth of some sort. It is due to this that I would be very grateful if anyone in the west midlands (UK) who has a foiling moth would be happy to let me have a go in their modern 'extreme' moth (atleast compared to mine). I would be very happy to possibly pay a small fee or to let them have a go on my old moth (a skol design - go on the cvrda and look for pictures of a skol moth) or both, to have a go on a moth of this calibre. If anyone can help please reply, or PM me, or email me,
Thanks for all the help,
Max