United Kingdom’s Southampton Yacht Services has declared that the 41.15 meter long megayacht Cambria has been introduced, the procedure of which could be seen in a time lapse video on the internet. Made in the year 1928 by William Fife & Sons, the classic vessel has been going through her refit for most of the year.
Its works the replacement and reparation of around two-hundred of her planks, with significant work to her base. The yard stated that around seventy percent of the planks were fastidiously repaired in order to keep as much of the original yacht as much as possible.
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In Sunday’s first race, Will Welles’ Cougar held up a black flag penalty to become 2015 J/24 Pape Chevrolet North American Champ. Going to the final day of the contest at the Portland Yacht Club in Maine, Will held an eleven-point vantage, but a BFD in race 8 made for a grand end to the 9-race series.
Cougar nailed a 4th in the final contest to end with thirty-three points, 5 ahead of Travis Odenbach’s Honey Badger. Odenbach went on moving on the 4-day event, but settled for 2nd place with 38 points. John Mollicone’s Helly Hansen took the bronze spot with forty-seven points in his boat emblazoned with his company Yacht Charter Skiathos. Continue reading Will Welles snatches win