September 21st, 2020Do you remember your first time?
September 14th, 2020Testing the new self tacker with twin tiller extensions. Well, I really like it. You can really focus on other tactical decisions such as windshifts and other boats. I know my sheets are still way too long.
September 07th, 2020Kazi10月号 連載「初心者育成企画 矢口あやは 海ガール始めました!」の動画 江の島から烏帽子岩まで、wetaで回航しました。 動画ではwetaの艤装を解説します！
August 11th, 2020
June 09th, 2020"Weta Trimaran sailing, what a great feeling" - Markus Winter on Dianshan Lake
February 18th, 2020Chris, Justina, Florentina & Lucette Kitchen on a family treasure hunt around Whanganui Island, Coromandel.
January 17th, 2020Biscayne Bay, protected but choppy waters. . . fun run. By Martin Langhoff
January 16th, 2020Two years old Lucette insisted on going out on the Weta and sailing by herself. Friend Logan joins the fun day sailing. 5-20 knots, Bland Bay, NZ.
December 24th, 20192019 Weta North American Round-Up Photos supplied by Weta Class North America, Stephanie & Alan Taylor, Eric Rasmussen and GriffinTA photography.
December 18th, 2019Perfect day for a destination sail to Arkles Bay. By Chris, Florentina & Lucette Kitchen (four & two years old).
December 11th, 2019Racing at Torbay Sailing Club in 25 knots on shore which provided some interesting waves to negotiate. All the Weta sailors really enjoyed the challenging conditions. Again the self tacking jib performed flawlessly but the skipper has work to do in the agility department.
December 06th, 2019Perhaps 50% of my sailing has been on a small (850 acre) municipal lake that often requires a sailor to tack or gybe every 1/2 mile, or less. Most 3 hour sailing sessions require over 100 tacks and gybes.