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Monday, 20 May 2013

A recent Spirited 480 order has been produced with a special client request of 100kg density AIREX Foam hulls. His hull components utilise the foam below the waterline with the remainder of the structure in end-grain balsa. As per our process, the hull and deck components have been resin infused to maximum strength.
 
The client has been enthusiastically working on his furniture which was custom designed to the clients requirements along with some other areas. Some of these changes include an extended roof over the cockpit , a custom all weather raised steering station set to starboard and a custom daybed incorporated into the cockpit.
 
We can report that following our recent visit, there is a high level of attention to detail in the work done todate. In the coming weeks assembly will take effect, we'll keep you posted on it's progress.

Spirited 480
 

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Saturday, 20 April 2013

Below are some images of a project in Duflex Airex foam panel underway in Western Australia.The Spirited Ripple Tenders are a popular choice with this Duflex foam option producing one of the lightest tenders available.

For those of you interested in this range of designs, we have just introduced a 3.2m model. Study Plans are available.

2m Foam Ripple Tender

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Wednesday, 20 February 2013

Spirited 400 Power
It has been exciting to see this design come to life. She looks great!

Congratulations to Miguel & family for the launch of 'Carmen Leopoldo' in Argentina.

For more information on this design please visit our Designs

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Saturday, 19 January 2013

3.2m Ripple

G'day Craig,
Had BSF out on Lake Barrington on Saturday - 1st proper day trip - brilliant success. The for'd locker was so handy ! Blew up later on in afternoon, but I was determined to make it to the northern end of the lake so kept going. I reckon it was blowing 20 knots so a bit of a chop but she handled it fine. Reason I built the boat was for day trips and it was a brilliant success. Teddy the dog had a ball ! He got gamer as the day went on - climbing on to the foredeck even when arked up - how he didn't end up in the drink I don't know ! LOL 
Catch you later & cheers, Brian

Various sizes available, for our Ripple tender information contact us

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Sunday, 06 January 2013

Spirited Seascape Design
For those of you that spent time looking through the Christmas edition of the Australian Multihull World magazine would have come accross the .... Seascape design. 

The Seascape design featured is a design which brings new meaning to ‘small cruiser’, with a surprising amount of accommodation and cruising comfort from something not much bigger than a typical off-the-beach cat.

More information can be found in our design section...including Study Plans.

 

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Tuesday, 20 November 2012

The first Ripple tender was launched in Devonport Tasmania earlier this month. Brian Furmage built his 3.6m Ripple from a Gaboon plywood kit and has done a very nice job of it.This was Brian’s first DIY boat-building project and he reports that he enjoyed the experience. The boat named B.S.F, performed well reaching a top speed of almost 22 knots with a 15hp outboard. Brian reports that the boat is very responsive and handles well. 

This boat is set up with a built-in fuel tank in one of the forward seats and neat lockers under the aft seats. The forward locker below the foredeck has proven to remain totally dry even in one of his trials in some rough stuff in open waters.Brian plans to use B.S.F as a commuter between his home and the yacht club further along the river. 

Ripple Tender Launch

B.S.F may stand for some profanities if misjudging the bridge on the way home from the yacht club or it may be an abbreviation of his name, let’s hope it’s the latter!  

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