Wētā News & Events

Video: The Weta Trimaran

April 07th, 2015

Tom Kirkman shared this great video compilation of him sailing the Weta. Be sure to check out his other videos!

By Luis Kitchen

Roadtrip to WetaFest?

March 26th, 2015

Ok. . . one more pic for the snowbound who are on the fence about a road trip. . . only a few short weeks. . . and WetaFest 2015 is on! Come on down!

By WetaFest USA

Stephalicious at the NC Coast

March 26th, 2015

Marketing Weta Trimarans at the first NYRA event of the season this past weekend at the NC coast. There was an inquisitive group of onlookers as the boat was rigged during registration on Friday. By Stephanie

Weta Camping at Lake Nacimiento

March 18th, 2015

A LONG WEEKEND OF CAMPING AND WETA SAILING AT THE LAKE. TEMPS WERE IN THE 80S EVERY DAY!This was such a mellow, casual weekend away from the ol' grind. Great fun. We will do it again next year, for sure!

By Bruce Fleming


Bob Hyde wins St Francis YC Spring Dinghy

March 10th, 2015

Bob Hyde wins St Francis YC Spring Dinghy by one point over Hot Dontuz! Congratulations Bob!Every dog has their day. Bob Hyde, aka “Squirrel Launcher” won the 2015 Spring Dinghy regatta in the closest competition our class has ever seen out here.

Everglades 300 Challenge

March 09th, 2015

Linda Wright's final prep for the Everglades 300 Challenge - A 300 mile adventure race from Tampa to Key Largo. When Linda finishes she will be the first solo woman to complete the Everglades Challenge as well as the first Weta.

RYC Midwinters 2015

March 03rd, 2015

For the third year in a row Jonathan Weston aka Hot Donutz wins the RYC Midwinters in a competitive four day series.

Linda and Randy adventure in the Gulf

June 20th, 2014

I took delivery of my new Weta from Dick this past weekend in Cedar Key and had a chance to take her out for her first sail while there, I am so thrilled with the boat!

Prior to that weekend, Randy and I had a great adventure!  We had each borrowed…

Sailing Magazine – Weta Review

June 07th, 2010

A quick but stable little trimaran that will thrill families and hardcore racers alikeThe name weta refers to a family of large insects in the New Zealand Archipelago. Roughly translated, weta means "God of ugly things.