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RS Feva offer great deal to buy ex-Worlds boats

by Richard Gladwell/Sail-World NZ 4 Aug 2019 15:43 PDT 5 August 2019
World champions Simon Cooke and Oskar Masfen (NZL) - RS Feva Worlds 2019 - Follonica - Italy © Elena Giolai / Fraglia Vela Riva

NZ Sailcraft is importing a container of RS Fevas from the just concluded world championships in Italy, where New Zealand won Gold and Silver medals.

The is your chance as an individual, club or community group to acquire one or more of this popular class, in a near new condition at a discounted price.

Almost 20 clubs and community groups have used the RS Feva to form the basis of a club fleet - making boats available to those who are new to the sport, but who don't want to make the substantial investment immediately to get on the water, and sailing.

Of course, buying a boat or fleet for your club/group opens the way for funding via community trusts and other benefactors.

Plus, of course, the RS Feva is a great way for young sailors to get a taste for sailing, by starting out as a crew.

200 crews from 23 countries competed at the 2019 Worlds, underlining the popularity of this one-design class.

The 2021 World Championships are open entry and will be held in New Zealand co-incidental with the 2021 America's Cup.

The ex-Worlds boats have only been used at the 2019 RS Feva Worlds in winds of less than 15kts. The boats are offered as new and a special one-off deal.

Get in now to secure a boat - a deposit is required to confirm your order with the balance on delivery.

The RS Fevas arrive in October just before the sailing season begins.

Start your program to sail in the 2021 World Championships in Auckland to be held co-incident with the 2021 America's Cup - the 2021 Worlds will be open entry regatta - provided you have a boat.

For further details on the contact:

NZ Sailcraft Hayden Whitburn 0272102383

If you are new to sailing or are looking to develop your skills the RS Feva is one of the boats sailed by the Russell Coutts Sailing Foundation.

For a report on the 2019 RS Feva Nationals click here and here for the courses offered by the Russell Coutts Sailing Foundation

NZ Sailcraft is NZ Distributor for RS Dinghies and Rooster Sailing apparel

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