Fifty years ago Musto and Hyde started making racing sails that were unmatched in performance, design and quality. They dominated dinghy and keelboat racing for decades. The red Flying Dutchman logo was at the front of fleets everywhere... Hyde then used their expertise in quality and consistency as well as unmatched value to make sails for the new breed of manufacturers One-Designs and became the biggest manufacturer of sails in the world for this sector.
Now, in response to a resurgence in interest in many of the famous classes we made our name in, Hyde are back with a new, bigger team re-focused on One-Design classes. If you want to take advantage of great designs, fantastic development packages and fifty years experience in the classes Hyde are targeting, contact Dave Hall or Jack Grogan.
A locally developed sailboat called the Oz Goose known the world over as sailboat you can have for less than the price of an iPhone recently held its National Championships on the weekend of 3-4 November at the Taal Lake Yacht Club (TLYC) in Talisay, Batangas. 25 teams participated in the Oz Goose National Championships 2018 in just as many boats. People from all walks of life participated in the regatta, some from as far as Cebu.
Royal Corinthian YC, Burnham-on-Crouch, Essex (14 October, 2018): Ben Saxton and Toby Lewis have won the 2018 Endeavour Trophy for the fourth time in succession with an impressive scoreline of six wins writes Sue Pelling.
Royal Corinthian YC, Burnham-on-Crouch, Essex (13 October, 2018): In the breezy opening day of the 58th Endeavour Trophy, Ben Saxton and Toby Lewis managed to lead at the top mark and win all four races by a considerable margin writes Sue Pelling.