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Pierre Le Clainche review for Voiles et Voiliers

“The new carbon weapon from Great Britain is intended for sailors new to foiling who would pride themselves on owning an individual foiling boat with a high quality finish. This small flying trimaran is also the first to bet on a “hybrid” configuration, which allows both foiling and classic sailing. It is a bet that has succeeded.”

ISBF – We have only one note here. We would like to point out that the Flying Mantis is very much aimed at experienced sailors as well as beginners. Depending on the sailor’s skill the boat can be configured to top end Moth levels, or the foiling controls can simply be put to “set and forget” so that the focus can be on sailing. The idea is that the sailor can move from beginner to advanced level without having to also move boats.

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The Best Foiling Water Toys for 2020 - Boat International

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Pierre Le Clainche's review for Voiles et Voiliers (in French).

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Forbes - Billionaire Superyacht Toys: The Ten Best Toys And Tenders For 2020

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Pierre Le Clainche review for Voiles et Voiliers

“The new carbon weapon from Great Britain is intended for sailors new to foiling who would pride themselves on owning an individual foiling boat with a high quality finish. This small flying trimaran is also the first to bet on a “hybrid” configuration, which allows both foiling and classic sailing. It is a bet that has succeeded.”

ISBF – We have only one note here. We would like to point out that the Flying Mantis is very much aimed at experienced sailors as well as beginners. Depending on the sailor’s skill the boat can be configured to top end Moth levels, or the foiling controls can simply be put to “set and forget” so that the focus can be on sailing. The idea is that the sailor can move from beginner to advanced level without having to also move boats.

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The Reviews


DON’T TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT, HAVE A LOOK AT WHAT EVERYONE ELSE THINKS...

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The Best Foiling Water Toys for 2020 - Boat International

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Pierre Le Clainche's review for Voiles et Voiliers (in French).

Read more >


Forbes - Billionaire Superyacht Toys: The Ten Best Toys And Tenders For 2020

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Pierre Le Clainche review for Voiles et Voiliers

“The new carbon weapon from Great Britain is intended for sailors new to foiling who would pride themselves on owning an individual foiling boat with a high quality finish. This small flying trimaran is also the first to bet on a “hybrid” configuration, which allows both foiling and classic sailing. It is a bet that has succeeded.”

ISBF – We have only one note here. We would like to point out that the Flying Mantis is very much aimed at experienced sailors as well as beginners. Depending on the sailor’s skill the boat can be configured to top end Moth levels, or the foiling controls can simply be put to “set and forget” so that the focus can be on sailing. The idea is that the sailor can move from beginner to advanced level without having to also move boats.

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The Reviews


DON’T TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT, HAVE A LOOK AT WHAT EVERYONE ELSE THINKS...

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The Best Foiling Water Toys for 2020 - Boat International

Read more >

Pierre Le Clainche's review for Voiles et Voiliers (in French).

Read more >

Forbes - Billionaire Superyacht Toys: The Ten Best Toys And Tenders For 2020

Read more >

Pierre Le Clainche review for Voiles et Voiliers

“The new carbon weapon from Great Britain is intended for sailors new to foiling who would pride themselves on owning an individual foiling boat with a high quality finish. This small flying trimaran is also the first to bet on a “hybrid” configuration, which allows both foiling and classic sailing. It is a bet that has succeeded.”

ISBF – We have only one note here. We would like to point out that the Flying Mantis is very much aimed at experienced sailors as well as beginners. Depending on the sailor’s skill the boat can be configured to top end Moth levels, or the foiling controls can simply be put to “set and forget” so that the focus can be on sailing. The idea is that the sailor can move from beginner to advanced level without having to also move boats.

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