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Alan Moffatt recorded 23.9 knots while racing at the National Titles on Lake Macquarie!

Production of VX Ones is commencing at Mackay Boats in New Zealand this month! Stay tuned for details.

The inaugural VX One National Championships have been held on Lake Macquarie.

VX One Nationals Start

VX One Nationals Start

WOW Factor, The Beast & Weapon of Choice by www.sportsailingphotography.com

WOW Factor, The Beast & Weapon of Choice by http://www.sportsailingphotography.com

National Champion Tachyon; Andrew York, Mark Langford, Matt Craig by www.sportsailingphotography

National Champion Tachyon; Andrew York, Mark Langford, Matt Craig by http://www.sportsailingphotography

Everyone who has been out in a VX One has loved it.

Come and see what we are so excited about.

“That is the best fun I have had sailing” Louise Tillet

“That boat is a weapon, one of the best rides I’ve had downwind in 25 knots” Steve McConaghy

Call Yorky to join in the fun in this exciting new class.

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The VX One is fast and fun to sail. It is a class destined to grow.

Freddo 1.1

Michael 1

Photo by Andrea Francolini

Photo by Andrea Francolini

VX One 2

 

SAILING - VX One

Photo by Andrea Francolini

       

REASONS TO BUY A VX ONE

Unrivalled performance for your dollar. $36,000 for a boat that can do 20 knots!

Two or three person crew – no weight limit ( 200kg -230kg recommended)

Suitable for the whole family from Junior to Experienced!

Pull only one line to hoist & douse the kite

Self-tacking and furling jib to make manoeuvres and reducing sail in a blow easy 

Buy sails from any sail maker

No limit on advertising on sails or hull

Josh & Yorky heading out to sea                                                                            Photo by Andrea Francolini

The first VX One on the water in Australia. Delighted owner Fred Kasparek with Brian Bennett doing 18knots in 20 knots of breeze.