Monthly Archives: March 2011

A Great Trimaran Website…

Well, two of them, actually!  Joe at http://smalltrimarans.com/blog/ features lots of great boats and sites, and lists lots of information in a well presented, informative style.  Plus, of course, he DID interview me… He also interviewed a gentleman by the name … Continue reading

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Crazy Days…

It’s been really busy at work and at home these past couple of days, so I haven’t had a chance to post anything… but, as of tomorrow, I should have an actual Sailbird aluminum centerboard to play with!  The plan is … Continue reading

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PRODUCT REVIEW: Art’s PRO BARS

This is our first product review of the items and gear we used during the 2011 Everglades Challenge.  We hope you find it and the ones that follow to be useful and informative! (pictures added 28 March 2011 – forgot … Continue reading

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Changes In The Works…

I’ve been thinking that, although the daggerboard gave us excellent windward ability & lift, along with very little turbulence, we may well convert her back to a centerboard. If we do, it will either be a Finn-style* semicircular trailing edged board, so as … Continue reading

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A Boat Concept for The Ultimate Florida Challenge…

The Ultimate Florida Challenge: 1200 miles by small craft in 30 days or less.  This is the race for those who are looking for more of a challenge than the Everglades Challenge, a tough as nails 300 mile race from … Continue reading

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Reviews…

Starting this weekend, we are going to review at least 2 items of gear per week that we used during the Everglades Challenge.  Items will range from tools to clothing, food to sailing hardware.  Hopefully this information will be of use … Continue reading

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An Interview with SmallTrimarans.com…

Joe at http://smalltrimarans.com interviewed me regarding our Sailbird and the E.C.  His post appears here at http://smalltrimarans.com/blog/?p=5175 .  I thought it was a pretty good interview, so, in a moment of shameless self-promotion, I decided to post it for your … Continue reading

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