March 10th, 2015Bob 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.
March 09th, 2015Linda 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.
March 03rd, 2015For the third year in a row Jonathan Weston aka Hot Donutz wins the RYC Midwinters in a competitive four day series.
February 27th, 2015Firstly a declaration of interest: I own Weta #325 which was built in 2009 and purchased in Australia in 2010. I acquired it in 2013 and have really enjoyed sailing it but I’m aware that it has a few issues due to the age of the boat.
February 26th, 2015Video from our Swarm to Motuihe. By Luis Kitchen
February 26th, 2015Torbay to Arkles Bay with the Weta crowd - awesome day, perfect weather, great people and thanks especially to Anita for letting me go on valentines day. What a top lady!
January 01st, 2015With a shift of manufacture to Xtreme Sailing Products based in Singapore, Weta Marine has taken the opportunity to improve the Weta Trimaran.
June 29th, 2014Weta Marine is delighted to announce that the Weta has been chosen as one of the classes for the World Masters Games, to be held in New Zealand in 2017. With more athletes than the Olympics, the World Masters Games is the single biggest multisport event on earth.
June 20th, 2014I 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!
September 13th, 2012‘Wetapunga’ is the Maori name for a New Zealand insect that looks like a cross between a cricket and a cockroach.
June 07th, 2010A 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.