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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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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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Sam Whaley, British Sailing Team "Really loved the boat. Had the elegance of a Rolls Royce with the speed of a Moth! Very impressed."

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

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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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The Reviews


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

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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.

Read more >


Sam Whaley, British Sailing Team "Really loved the boat. Had the elegance of a Rolls Royce with the speed of a Moth! Very impressed."

Read more >


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

Read more >

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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The Reviews


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

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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.

Read more >

Sam Whaley, British Sailing Team "Really loved the boat. Had the elegance of a Rolls Royce with the speed of a Moth! Very impressed."

Read more >

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

Read more >

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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