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Vinnie Zammit

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  1. For Sale: Nioutram Marblehad. First registered 2018, lightly used due to Covid, In really excellent condition throughout. RMG Winch, Hightech Servo, RMG on/off switch. Fully functional elasticated return. 6 Rigs consisting of : A Swing Rig, Boats etc Rig with new Bantock sails. A Lightweight Swing Rig by Boatsetc with Remme sails B1 rig by Boatetc with new Bantock pocket sails C1 Rig by Boatsetc with new Bantock pocket Sails C2 Rig and sails by Boatsetc in excellent condition C3 Rig by sails Etc with new Bantock conventional sails. Extra Full length Sails Etc Fin Combined Box for both Swing Rigs. Carry Bag for Conventional Rigs. A lot of Boat for little money. Price £2500. Contact 01603 928411 or E mail vinnie.zammit@gmail.com Photos to genuine enquiries
  2. Hi all, reminder that the entries are open for the RM Ranking 1 and 2 at Norwich on the 19/20 March. Would appreciate early entries so that we can organise a social on the Saturday evening. See you there. Vinnie
  3. Reminder that the closing date for entry to 10R Ranking 3 is soon, so get your entries in. Full entries can be seen on NMYC Website
  4. Reminder that the closing date for RM Ranking 1is due soon, so get your entries in. Full entries can be seen on NMYC website
  5. Hi Derek, NMYC Entries were updated Saturday morning to show 19 entries. Contacted Austin yesterday and asked him to update the MYA entry list, giving him the latest entries and copied you in. Vinnie
  6. Excellent record entry with 19 boats, still room for a few more. Reminder that entries close on 22nd October.
  7. Entry looks good, now up to 16. Still room for a few more.
  8. Hi All, entries look good with 9 confirmed and another 4 entering from the Norwich area. Would appreciate early entries as we are trying to organise a Buffet after the racing on Saturday and require a rough idea of numbers. See you soon. Vinnie
  9. Hi John, thanks for your interpretation of the incident, interesting that talking to Graham Bantock, he was of the same opinion as you. P.S to the incident Boat B withdrew the protest as he felt that it would be wrong to penalise boat A as he had done nothing wrong. Maybe he was not such a bad sportsman after all.
  10. During the final part of a race, the leading 2 boats had to round the last mark to port and go directly to the finish line on a dead run. The leading boat (A) rounded the mark approximately 2 lengths in front and instead of going to the finish line went towards another buoy. After he had travelled some 2 to 3 boat lengths from the buoy the race officer called out and told him that he was going in the wrong direction, he immediately altered course to the finish line. The 2nd placed boat (B) immediately called protest for outside help. Boat (A) went on to win the race by half a length from (B). Would be interesting if John Ball or other serious Jurors / Judges voiced their opinion.
  11. Hi Gents, thought i would let you know that i am back into 6M and am currently building a Cerebus, looks interesting.
  12. Hi Mike, will send a list of those owners from Norwich and the Broads this Weekend.
  13. Hi all, bet you all thought that i had given up. Well i have not and if i can work out how to do it, i will post a photo. I have now nearly finished the hull and have just married the Hull, Fin and keel. Hopefully i will float it later in my Ozzie dogs padling pool. Have all the fittings for the rigs and Terry Burton has kindly volunteered to help me put the rigs together as i don't have much of a clue. Will keep you posted.
  14. Boat all planked up and readyfor fibre glassing. Suprised myself as it looks quite nice, but must admit it was a real pig to do and had to use a little bit of filler. Originaly i was going to coat it in carbon but was advised to use ordinary cloth. So after more advice we are using 80gr cloth for both sides, My mentor Allan Bright is ariving this morning to give me a hand to glass the hull. I am then going to leave it for a couple of weeks whilst i go to Malta for a break. On my return will coat the interior. Question for all you PRO BUILDERS! Is 80 gr cloth enough or do i need to put on a second layer.
  15. Thanks for the welcome Mike. Plus your offer of advise. Just been out this morning to get my bits and pieces to start the build. I intend doing it in 3mm Balsa with a Carbon outer and Glass inner coat. Havn't even thought about rigs and sails, all in time. Will keep you informed on my progress.
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