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Some images looking back on a year of regrouping, transition and growth:

Production L rudders, proven at the A Class Catamaran Worlds 
Mould for experimental T rudder elevator with junction bulb.  Part of extensive R&D work on appendages
Rudder gudgeon assembly with ‘between races’ rake adjustment
Experimental gudgeons with ‘on the fly’ rake adjustment
via tiller extension twist-grip
Billet rudder cassette. Our concept of ‘dagger’ rudders with offset axis has been widely adopted
First A Class ‘V’ foil concept. ‘Inspiration’ for current Z foils
Retrofit foil case kit with rotating bearings

Moth bow swivel fitting developed with Scott Babbage. Production version available here: http://www.sailingbits.com/class-specific/moth-bow-mechanism/
Moth bellcrank developed with Scott Babbage. 
Production version available here: http://www.sailingbits.com/class-specific/moth/moth-adjustable-bellcrank/
Bolts with streamlined heads. Used on UAVs and various sailboat classes
Experimental Finn mast chocks for NB Sailsports
18′ Skiff rig spanners for Allmarine. Available here:
http://www.allmarine.com.au/shop/boat-specific-products/18-foot-skiffs/all-marine-rig-spanner/
Tasar fittings for NB Sailsports.
Available here: http://www.nbsailsports.com.au/store/product-info.php?pid1365.html
Fairleads
Trophies for A Class Catamaran Nationals
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