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  1. Righto guys - the time has come to move this weapon on. All reasonable offers considered. Email direct to: matt@vonact.com.au Full high res photo file and build spec / inventory available on request.
  2. Yeah it works really well. We did a fair amount of work with Norths to get it right. There is a full length batten (soft) above and below the scollop in the leech to handle any compression in the sail. Based on our experience with this sail, I would be more than confident to now do a 3DI version for the next jib.
  3. Boat is still for sale - $89,000.00 Is packed away on its trailer inside the shed. TIME MACHINE - INVENTORY (1).pdf
  4. I have never really needed to demount the boat very often. The last time we did it we had two guys on each end of the Ama and one guy holding the beam steady when it slotted in or out of the main hull. The ama and beams weigh 200kg. With a few systems you could do it manually with a couple of people in not much time at all. This time I did it on my own using a crane. The crane pulled the mast off and supported the amas whilst they were de socketed. The crane was on site for an hour and a half. Pretty quick really. Like anything the more you do it the better you get. Once the crane put the mast
  5. Yes - not actively being advertised but for sale if someone is interested.
  6. If anyone has tried to email me without reply - it is because the email address on my profile is out of date. Has now been updated - please re-send any messages.
  7. Hi Trevor - Photos attached (hopefully). There are hatch covers that go over the 2 x sections in the front V - berth. Under the aft hatch there is a spot custom made for a porta loo toilet. (we dont use it / carry one). There is also a brand new (never used) upholstered foam mattress that fits in the V-berth. This boat has a double ring frame (as can be seen in the photo) and a carbon mast compression post. Pretty much all other Tri's have the CB case running through this section which does not do much for open plan living.
  8. Fellas - in the next two weeks I will be de-mounting the boat and packing it up on the trailer. Will tow it to the shed for use when I have a bit more spare time later if not sold.
  9. 1285KG with all sails (Main / 2 jibs / 3 x furling gennakers) ready to race.
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