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DSS goes Cableless

The creative talents of Infiniti Yachts and Doyle Sails – between them responsible for two of the biggest breakthroughs in modern performance yachting – have joined forces to produce something more than special

DSS goes Cableless

DSS goes Cableless

The creative talents of Infiniti Yachts and Doyle Sails – between them responsible for two of the biggest breakthroughs in modern performance yachting – have joined forces to produce something more than special

Superyacht with Wings

Superyacht with Wings

By now it is a known fact: the deployment of foils, hydrofoils or immersed wings is currently revolutionizing the sailing yachts’ world and more generally small sailing craft as well. We’re not just talking about foils that allow boats to rise off the water and to ‘fly’, much in the same way as competition models taking part in America’s Cup races and more. We’re talking about those foils that are ‘hidden’ below the water and change performance notably while avoiding the dangers related to ‘flying’!

Team Effort

Team Effort

When Baltic Yachts set out to build the world’s first DSS-foiling superyacht for a visionary client, it was a journey into the unknown.

2019 CABBAGE TREE RACE REPORT MAVERICK INFINITI 46

2019 CABBAGE TREE RACE REPORT MAVERICK INFINITI 46

2019 CABBAGE TREE RACE REPORT – MAVERICK – INFINITI 46

The forecast was calling for around 30 knots of SW wind for this year’s race, making it a downwind run in the dark followed by an upwind slog back to Sydney and finishing around the middle of the next day.

Infiniti 46 Maverick, Transpac 2019 report​​ | Sailing Anarchy

Infiniti 46 Maverick, Transpac 2019 report​​ | Sailing Anarchy

In the end, it was all about the finish. After three days of racing neck and neck with the Botin 65 Caro, the last few hours saw us come from behind to cross just 39 seconds ahead of them. Boatspeed in the low 20’s, an A2 far beyond its design wind range or angle with a widening hole from a previous repair, and a diminishing amount of track to run all made for an exhilarating ride that none of us will forget.

Infiniti 46 TransPac Preview

Infiniti 46 TransPac Preview

The Infiniti 46 Maverick is in its final stages of preparation for the 2019 TransPac, racing from Los Angeles to Hawaii. Following overall victory in the prestigious SoCal 300 last month it’s fair to say, expectations are high!

Infiniti 46 wins SoCal 300 overall

Infiniti 46 wins SoCal 300 overall

Lining up for the first time on the West Coast, the Infiniti 46 Maverick sent a warning shot across the bows of a few of the front runners for this year’s TransPac. In a race that was more complex than anticipated,

DSS goes Cableless

DSS goes Cableless

The creative talents of Infiniti Yachts and Doyle Sails – between them responsible for two of the biggest breakthroughs in modern performance yachting – have joined forces to produce something more than special

Superyacht with Wings

Superyacht with Wings

By now it is a known fact: the deployment of foils, hydrofoils or immersed wings is currently revolutionizing the sailing yachts’ world and more generally small sailing craft as well. We’re not just talking about foils that allow boats to rise off the water and to ‘fly’, much in the same way as competition models taking part in America’s Cup races and more. We’re talking about those foils that are ‘hidden’ below the water and change performance notably while avoiding the dangers related to ‘flying’!

Team Effort

Team Effort

When Baltic Yachts set out to build the world’s first DSS-foiling superyacht for a visionary client, it was a journey into the unknown.

2019 CABBAGE TREE RACE REPORT MAVERICK INFINITI 46

2019 CABBAGE TREE RACE REPORT MAVERICK INFINITI 46

2019 CABBAGE TREE RACE REPORT – MAVERICK – INFINITI 46

The forecast was calling for around 30 knots of SW wind for this year’s race, making it a downwind run in the dark followed by an upwind slog back to Sydney and finishing around the middle of the next day.

Infiniti 46 Maverick, Transpac 2019 report​​ | Sailing Anarchy

Infiniti 46 Maverick, Transpac 2019 report​​ | Sailing Anarchy

In the end, it was all about the finish. After three days of racing neck and neck with the Botin 65 Caro, the last few hours saw us come from behind to cross just 39 seconds ahead of them. Boatspeed in the low 20’s, an A2 far beyond its design wind range or angle with a widening hole from a previous repair, and a diminishing amount of track to run all made for an exhilarating ride that none of us will forget.

Infiniti 46 TransPac Preview

Infiniti 46 TransPac Preview

The Infiniti 46 Maverick is in its final stages of preparation for the 2019 TransPac, racing from Los Angeles to Hawaii. Following overall victory in the prestigious SoCal 300 last month it’s fair to say, expectations are high!

Infiniti 46 wins SoCal 300 overall

Infiniti 46 wins SoCal 300 overall

Lining up for the first time on the West Coast, the Infiniti 46 Maverick sent a warning shot across the bows of a few of the front runners for this year’s TransPac. In a race that was more complex than anticipated,

DSS goes Cableless

DSS goes Cableless

The creative talents of Infiniti Yachts and Doyle Sails – between them responsible for two of the biggest breakthroughs in modern performance yachting – have joined forces to produce something more than special

Superyacht with Wings

Superyacht with Wings

By now it is a known fact: the deployment of foils, hydrofoils or immersed wings is currently revolutionizing the sailing yachts’ world and more generally small sailing craft as well. We’re not just talking about foils that allow boats to rise off the water and to ‘fly’, much in the same way as competition models taking part in America’s Cup races and more. We’re talking about those foils that are ‘hidden’ below the water and change performance notably while avoiding the dangers related to ‘flying’!

Team Effort

Team Effort

When Baltic Yachts set out to build the world’s first DSS-foiling superyacht for a visionary client, it was a journey into the unknown.

2019 CABBAGE TREE RACE REPORT MAVERICK INFINITI 46

2019 CABBAGE TREE RACE REPORT MAVERICK INFINITI 46

2019 CABBAGE TREE RACE REPORT – MAVERICK – INFINITI 46

The forecast was calling for around 30 knots of SW wind for this year’s race, making it a downwind run in the dark followed by an upwind slog back to Sydney and finishing around the middle of the next day.

Infiniti 46 Maverick, Transpac 2019 report​​ | Sailing Anarchy

Infiniti 46 Maverick, Transpac 2019 report​​ | Sailing Anarchy

In the end, it was all about the finish. After three days of racing neck and neck with the Botin 65 Caro, the last few hours saw us come from behind to cross just 39 seconds ahead of them. Boatspeed in the low 20’s, an A2 far beyond its design wind range or angle with a widening hole from a previous repair, and a diminishing amount of track to run all made for an exhilarating ride that none of us will forget.

Infiniti 46 TransPac Preview

Infiniti 46 TransPac Preview

The Infiniti 46 Maverick is in its final stages of preparation for the 2019 TransPac, racing from Los Angeles to Hawaii. Following overall victory in the prestigious SoCal 300 last month it’s fair to say, expectations are high!

Infiniti 46 wins SoCal 300 overall

Infiniti 46 wins SoCal 300 overall

Lining up for the first time on the West Coast, the Infiniti 46 Maverick sent a warning shot across the bows of a few of the front runners for this year’s TransPac. In a race that was more complex than anticipated,

DSS goes Cableless

DSS goes Cableless

The creative talents of Infiniti Yachts and Doyle Sails – between them responsible for two of the biggest breakthroughs in modern performance yachting – have joined forces to produce something more than special

Superyacht with Wings

Superyacht with Wings

By now it is a known fact: the deployment of foils, hydrofoils or immersed wings is currently revolutionizing the sailing yachts’ world and more generally small sailing craft as well. We’re not just talking about foils that allow boats to rise off the water and to ‘fly’, much in the same way as competition models taking part in America’s Cup races and more. We’re talking about those foils that are ‘hidden’ below the water and change performance notably while avoiding the dangers related to ‘flying’!

Team Effort

Team Effort

When Baltic Yachts set out to build the world’s first DSS-foiling superyacht for a visionary client, it was a journey into the unknown.

2019 CABBAGE TREE RACE REPORT MAVERICK INFINITI 46

2019 CABBAGE TREE RACE REPORT MAVERICK INFINITI 46

2019 CABBAGE TREE RACE REPORT – MAVERICK – INFINITI 46

The forecast was calling for around 30 knots of SW wind for this year’s race, making it a downwind run in the dark followed by an upwind slog back to Sydney and finishing around the middle of the next day.

Infiniti 46 Maverick, Transpac 2019 report​​ | Sailing Anarchy

Infiniti 46 Maverick, Transpac 2019 report​​ | Sailing Anarchy

In the end, it was all about the finish. After three days of racing neck and neck with the Botin 65 Caro, the last few hours saw us come from behind to cross just 39 seconds ahead of them. Boatspeed in the low 20’s, an A2 far beyond its design wind range or angle with a widening hole from a previous repair, and a diminishing amount of track to run all made for an exhilarating ride that none of us will forget.

DSS power wins European Boat of the Year Award

DSS power wins European Boat of the Year Award

nrnThe Quant 23 – the world’s first foiling keelboat – has won the Yachting World’s European Boat of the Year award (Special Yachts). “This Scow-like Swiss sportsboat uses the Dynamic Stability System, a retractable hydrofoil designed by Hugh Welbourn. This latest DSS version employed here not only provides extra righting moment, but extra vertical lift beneath the boat too – so in combination with a T-foil rudder it enables the Quant to fly.” Read more at Yachting Worldrnn

Pro sailor Simon McGoldrick explains how DSS works

Pro sailor Simon McGoldrick explains how DSS works

nrnThe adoption of foils in the 34th America’s Cup transformed the event. It’s hard to imagine anything more captivating than high-speed 72 footers racing at close quarters while literally ‘flying’. So how can you make your own sailing more exhilarating? Even going half that speed would satisfy most, but unless you’re agile enough for a Moth, or have the space or money for a multihull, what options are left? DSS (Dynamic Stability Systems), could be how more of us start ‘foiling’. It’s currentlyrnn

DSS goes Cableless

DSS goes Cableless

The creative talents of Infiniti Yachts and Doyle Sails – between them responsible for two of the biggest breakthroughs in modern performance yachting – have joined forces to produce something more than special

Superyacht with Wings

Superyacht with Wings

By now it is a known fact: the deployment of foils, hydrofoils or immersed wings is currently revolutionizing the sailing yachts’ world and more generally small sailing craft as well. We’re not just talking about foils that allow boats to rise off the water and to ‘fly’, much in the same way as competition models taking part in America’s Cup races and more. We’re talking about those foils that are ‘hidden’ below the water and change performance notably while avoiding the dangers related to ‘flying’!

Team Effort

Team Effort

When Baltic Yachts set out to build the world’s first DSS-foiling superyacht for a visionary client, it was a journey into the unknown.

2019 CABBAGE TREE RACE REPORT MAVERICK INFINITI 46

2019 CABBAGE TREE RACE REPORT MAVERICK INFINITI 46

2019 CABBAGE TREE RACE REPORT – MAVERICK – INFINITI 46

The forecast was calling for around 30 knots of SW wind for this year’s race, making it a downwind run in the dark followed by an upwind slog back to Sydney and finishing around the middle of the next day.

Infiniti 46 Maverick, Transpac 2019 report​​ | Sailing Anarchy

Infiniti 46 Maverick, Transpac 2019 report​​ | Sailing Anarchy

In the end, it was all about the finish. After three days of racing neck and neck with the Botin 65 Caro, the last few hours saw us come from behind to cross just 39 seconds ahead of them. Boatspeed in the low 20’s, an A2 far beyond its design wind range or angle with a widening hole from a previous repair, and a diminishing amount of track to run all made for an exhilarating ride that none of us will forget.

DSS power wins European Boat of the Year Award

DSS power wins European Boat of the Year Award

nrnThe Quant 23 – the world’s first foiling keelboat – has won the Yachting World’s European Boat of the Year award (Special Yachts). “This Scow-like Swiss sportsboat uses the Dynamic Stability System, a retractable hydrofoil designed by Hugh Welbourn. This latest DSS version employed here not only provides extra righting moment, but extra vertical lift beneath the boat too – so in combination with a T-foil rudder it enables the Quant to fly.” Read more at Yachting Worldrnn

Pro sailor Simon McGoldrick explains how DSS works

Pro sailor Simon McGoldrick explains how DSS works

nrnThe adoption of foils in the 34th America’s Cup transformed the event. It’s hard to imagine anything more captivating than high-speed 72 footers racing at close quarters while literally ‘flying’. So how can you make your own sailing more exhilarating? Even going half that speed would satisfy most, but unless you’re agile enough for a Moth, or have the space or money for a multihull, what options are left? DSS (Dynamic Stability Systems), could be how more of us start ‘foiling’. It’s currentlyrnn

DSS goes Cableless

DSS goes Cableless

The creative talents of Infiniti Yachts and Doyle Sails – between them responsible for two of the biggest breakthroughs in modern performance yachting – have joined forces to produce something more than special

Superyacht with Wings

Superyacht with Wings

By now it is a known fact: the deployment of foils, hydrofoils or immersed wings is currently revolutionizing the sailing yachts’ world and more generally small sailing craft as well. We’re not just talking about foils that allow boats to rise off the water and to ‘fly’, much in the same way as competition models taking part in America’s Cup races and more. We’re talking about those foils that are ‘hidden’ below the water and change performance notably while avoiding the dangers related to ‘flying’!

Team Effort

Team Effort

When Baltic Yachts set out to build the world’s first DSS-foiling superyacht for a visionary client, it was a journey into the unknown.

2019 CABBAGE TREE RACE REPORT MAVERICK INFINITI 46

2019 CABBAGE TREE RACE REPORT MAVERICK INFINITI 46

2019 CABBAGE TREE RACE REPORT – MAVERICK – INFINITI 46

The forecast was calling for around 30 knots of SW wind for this year’s race, making it a downwind run in the dark followed by an upwind slog back to Sydney and finishing around the middle of the next day.

Infiniti 46 Maverick, Transpac 2019 report​​ | Sailing Anarchy

Infiniti 46 Maverick, Transpac 2019 report​​ | Sailing Anarchy

In the end, it was all about the finish. After three days of racing neck and neck with the Botin 65 Caro, the last few hours saw us come from behind to cross just 39 seconds ahead of them. Boatspeed in the low 20’s, an A2 far beyond its design wind range or angle with a widening hole from a previous repair, and a diminishing amount of track to run all made for an exhilarating ride that none of us will forget.

DSS power wins European Boat of the Year Award

DSS power wins European Boat of the Year Award

nrnThe Quant 23 – the world’s first foiling keelboat – has won the Yachting World’s European Boat of the Year award (Special Yachts). “This Scow-like Swiss sportsboat uses the Dynamic Stability System, a retractable hydrofoil designed by Hugh Welbourn. This latest DSS version employed here not only provides extra righting moment, but extra vertical lift beneath the boat too – so in combination with a T-foil rudder it enables the Quant to fly.” Read more at Yachting Worldrnn

Pro sailor Simon McGoldrick explains how DSS works

Pro sailor Simon McGoldrick explains how DSS works

nrnThe adoption of foils in the 34th America’s Cup transformed the event. It’s hard to imagine anything more captivating than high-speed 72 footers racing at close quarters while literally ‘flying’. So how can you make your own sailing more exhilarating? Even going half that speed would satisfy most, but unless you’re agile enough for a Moth, or have the space or money for a multihull, what options are left? DSS (Dynamic Stability Systems), could be how more of us start ‘foiling’. It’s currentlyrnn

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