September 30th, 2015Highlights of Race 1 of the Zhik 2015 Weta Nationals in Duck NC. By Harold Tomlinson
September 25th, 2015A good day for working on boats and some of the sailors played tourist. Looks better for Thursday. By Jon Britt
September 17th, 2015Funky Cat-paw winds aside, managed to read the clouds for best wind and take advantage of relatively calm surface conditions. Hit 23. 8 at some point according to the Velocitek Speed Puck. Frankly, I didn't think this boat could attain that speed, but apparently it will. By Tom Kirkman
September 15th, 2015Every September the multihull fleet arrives at the “inland sea” of North Carolina better known as Lake Norman spanning over 520 miles of coastline. Weta racers came from Florida, Georgia and the eastern part of North Carolina for a fun filled weekend at Lake Norman Yacht Club.
September 11th, 2015Want to know more about the Weta? Then come along to the Newport International Boat Show Sept 17-20.
September 10th, 2015Unpacking and Assembling Boats for the 2015 Zhik Weta Nationals at Nor'banks Sailing Center. By Jon Britt
August 20th, 2015We had 4 SoCal boats and 3 NorCal boats converge on Santa Barbara, AKA the California Riviera, for postcard perfect champagne sailing: Water temperature: 70 degrees. Air Temp: 85 degrees. Sky: clear and blue. Ocean: clear and blue.
August 19th, 20154 of the 8 Wetas that swarmed in Santa Barbara with the F18 and Hobies this past weekend for the 2015 Wine and Roses Regatta. By Weta #389
August 12th, 2015In 43 years of sailing a lot of different types of small performance sailboats (Finn, Laser, Thistle, Lightning, Snipe, sailboards, Tornado, Prindle 19, A-Class, and Sunfish), I think I now own a boat that checks off the boxes better than any other boat I have ever owned and/or sailed in…
August 10th, 2015DUCK, NCWeta Nationals 2015! Come and race on the waters where the first Weta’s were sailed in the US! The 2015 Weta Nationals will be held at Nor’Banks Sailing in Duck, Sept 23-26. Weta Fest Champion Mike Krantz will be there to try and keep his winning streak alive.
July 31st, 2015Sailing my Weta "Shockwave" # 436 on Barnegat Bay, NJ. A fairly typical day, sail about 4 hours, about 12-14 kts speed in a good sea breeze. By Jim Vincent
July 29th, 2015This year we used the 2015 Gorge Dinghy Invite to host our Weta West Coast Championships on July 24-26, making it a fair distance for our Seattle contingent since it is usually held in the Bay Area or last year, in Santa Barbara.