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With full-foiling now an America’s Cup and Moth imperative and a near-certainty in the upcoming Little AC, The Anarchists have been asking for some time if foiling will ever be a beach-cat thing, or if it will always be consigned to the big money boats.

Thanks to Alex Udin from Sail Innovation along with a few simple sailors with names like Franck Cammas, Guillaume Verdier, Benjamin Muyl, and Martin Fischer, the answer seems to be yes, and it’s called a Flying Phantom. ¬†And christ, is it fast!

 

May 24th, 2013

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