Posts Tagged ‘Marstrom’
There’s a new player in on-the-water drone work, and if this quick peak of M32 catamaran racing on Biscayne Bay from earlier this month is any indication, they’ve got the goods. Check out Up Top Photography’s other work here, and head over to M32 North America on Facebook to check in with the fastest one-design fleet racing in the USA.
February 22nd, 2017 by admin
For the first time since Day 1 of the 2015 M32 Scandinavian Series, Taylor and his US-One boys are off the top of the leaderboard thanks to stellar starting and solid boathandling from Nicolas the Duck Hunter’s Essiq Racing Team. But we know Tay-Tay, and he loves when he’s a little behind…look for fireworks with more solid Easterly breeze in Copenhagen – live. Results here, Day 2 Highlights here.
August 15th, 2015 by admin
US-One might be leading by 7 points, but a double points, ‘Final Four-only’ format for the last half of the final day of the M32 Series means anything can happen and probably will. Enjoy more live racing action from 1400 local/0800 EST, with the dulcet tones of Mr. Clean coming at you from Oslo. Wanna join the fun in Scandi? Get more info here.
May 24th, 2015 by admin
The SA Innerview
Martin Sohtell is the public face (and Commercial Director) of the overgrown beach cat we used to call the Marstrom 32, and we caught up with him back in Sydney this past December to learn all the details of the new M32 Cup and Series. We’ve been big fans of this quick, jibless cat since Goran Marstrom pushed the first one off the beach at Miami’s rowing club, and with 8 boats racing in Miami this weekend and the Scandinavian summer getting ready to fire up, it’s worth paying attention to this relatively ‘light’ way to get into ultra-performance racing.
March 5th, 2015 by admin
Turns out the M32 Cup is pretty damned fun to watch at least from what we saw yesterday in Sweden. Sweet boats and ultra tight racing on America’s Cup courses – what more could you want? Final day of racing is above.
September 14th, 2014 by admin
The same Berg Propulsion that helped Ken Read get around the world has been thinking smaller and quicker, and they’ve been instrumental in seeing the Marstrom 32 Cup get off the ground. With the M32Cup hitting Berg (and Marstrom) home port in Gothenberg, we expected some serious fun, and they didn’t disappoint.
June 28th, 2013 by admin