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01.11.2018


The Flying Mantis has been nominated as “Dinghy of the Year”

https://www.britishyachtingawards.com/dinghy-of-the-year/

The British Yachting Awards review:

“The Flying Mantis – from British designer Jamie Stewart – offers foiling for mortals by creating form stability via two floats/extra hulls. This 14ft lightweight carbon trimaran can also be sailed with a regular rudder and daggerboards, depending on conditions, and can accommodate taller and heavier sailors up to 120kgs.

That the boat can be effectively sailed in a non-foiling configuration sets it apart from other new foiling classes. This then, should provide encouragement to those that want a high performance singlehander but who are nervous that taking the plunge and buying a foiler could be money thrown at a boat they might never master.”

The winner will be announced on Tuesday 11th December at the Royal Thames Yacht Club, London and the results will be published in Yachts & Yachting and Sailing Today magazines.

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07.01.2018


Flying Mantis debut at London Boat Show

The Flying Mantis is about to be unwrapped at the London Boat Show 10 - 14 January

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30.03.2017


Yachts & Yachting Boat News

Brief article - Flying Mantis on display at the 2017 RYA Suzuki Dinghy Show

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24.02.2017


The FLYING MANTIS takes off

The Flying Mantis will debut at the RYA Dinghy Show, Alexandra Palace,
London, on 4th and 5th March 2017, stand C86

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01.11.2018


The Flying Mantis has been nominated as “Dinghy of the Year”

https://www.britishyachtingawards.com/dinghy-of-the-year/

The British Yachting Awards review:

“The Flying Mantis – from British designer Jamie Stewart – offers foiling for mortals by creating form stability via two floats/extra hulls. This 14ft lightweight carbon trimaran can also be sailed with a regular rudder and daggerboards, depending on conditions, and can accommodate taller and heavier sailors up to 120kgs.

That the boat can be effectively sailed in a non-foiling configuration sets it apart from other new foiling classes. This then, should provide encouragement to those that want a high performance singlehander but who are nervous that taking the plunge and buying a foiler could be money thrown at a boat they might never master.”

The winner will be announced on Tuesday 11th December at the Royal Thames Yacht Club, London and the results will be published in Yachts & Yachting and Sailing Today magazines.

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01.05.2017


Dinghies Delight

Y&Y review of the 2017 Dinghy Show

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12.02.2018


Voile Magazine’s review at London Boat Show

Voile Magazine's Pierre-Yves Poulain gives his views on the Flying Mantis ...

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06.01.2018


Brand New Craft & Technology at London Boat Show 2018

Marine Industry News 5th Jan - Making their debut at the London Boat Show are more than 75 of the latest, highly-anticipated sail and power boats ...... including the Flying Mantis foiling trimaran.

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01.11.2018


The Flying Mantis has been nominated as “Dinghy of the Year”

https://www.britishyachtingawards.com/dinghy-of-the-year/

The British Yachting Awards review:

“The Flying Mantis – from British designer Jamie Stewart – offers foiling for mortals by creating form stability via two floats/extra hulls. This 14ft lightweight carbon trimaran can also be sailed with a regular rudder and daggerboards, depending on conditions, and can accommodate taller and heavier sailors up to 120kgs.

That the boat can be effectively sailed in a non-foiling configuration sets it apart from other new foiling classes. This then, should provide encouragement to those that want a high performance singlehander but who are nervous that taking the plunge and buying a foiler could be money thrown at a boat they might never master.”

The winner will be announced on Tuesday 11th December at the Royal Thames Yacht Club, London and the results will be published in Yachts & Yachting and Sailing Today magazines.

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ALL THE LATEST NEWS AND STORIES FROM THE FLYING MANTIS WORLD


01.11.2018


The Flying Mantis has been nominated as “Dinghy of the Year”

We are really excited and proud to announce that the Flying Mantis has been nominated as “Dinghy of the Year” in the British Yachting Awards 2018

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01.11.2018


The Flying Mantis has been nominated as “Dinghy of the Year”

https://www.britishyachtingawards.com/dinghy-of-the-year/

The British Yachting Awards review:

“The Flying Mantis – from British designer Jamie Stewart – offers foiling for mortals by creating form stability via two floats/extra hulls. This 14ft lightweight carbon trimaran can also be sailed with a regular rudder and daggerboards, depending on conditions, and can accommodate taller and heavier sailors up to 120kgs.

That the boat can be effectively sailed in a non-foiling configuration sets it apart from other new foiling classes. This then, should provide encouragement to those that want a high performance singlehander but who are nervous that taking the plunge and buying a foiler could be money thrown at a boat they might never master.”

The winner will be announced on Tuesday 11th December at the Royal Thames Yacht Club, London and the results will be published in Yachts & Yachting and Sailing Today magazines.

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