Two new boats are still in stock for $36,000 and there are finance packages available for less than $200 per week!!!
Phil Tomkins boat is available and you can get it at a good price.
The next regatta, the VX One Mid Winter Championships at RQYS Brisbane 6th, 7th and 8th June (Queens Birthday long weekend).
Read how to setup and trim to win in a VX One in the ‘News’ section.
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Fleets building in Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne and one in Perth who wants friends to play with. Call & organise a ride for you in any of these places! Yorky 0400 180 095
Ten boats at the Australian Nationals Championships pictures below.
‘Rock Hard’ two year old VX One For Sale only $28,500.
Racing and training sets of sails, New Velocitek, Cat 7 safety gear, on hardstand trolley at RANSA (hardstands are as rare as hens teeth on Sydney Harbour) Call Phil Tomkins 0439 651 895 email: email@example.com
You can pick her up in time for the Heaven Can Wait on Lake Macquarie 21st Feb and VX One State Championships (as part of the Sydney Harbour Regatta) 7, 8 March
Experience the thrill of skiff sailing from the comfort of your cockpit!
VX One NSW State Championships is part of the Sydney Harbour Regatta on the 7th and 8th March.
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
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
The first VX One on the water in Australia. Delighted owner Fred Kasparek with Brian Bennett doing 18knots in 20 knots of breeze.