April 16, 2021 Sailing Anarchy Article part 2 https://sailinganarchy.com/2021/04/15/x-marks-the-spot-6 by Editor, 15 Apr 2021 Everything on the boat was placed with optimum ergonomics in mind, and the boat is probably over winched in terms of size. With things like the Olympics in mind and just mixed gender and shorthanded sailing in general, we’ve gone with bigger winches so that even a smaller person can apply full load on the Code Zero for example. Just to make things dryer and more simple, as well as easier to ship, we’ve gone with a deck-stepped, fully custom 2-piece Selden carbon fiber mast package that [...]
April 15, 2021 Sailing Anarchy Article https://sailinganarchy.com/2021/04/13/fx2/ by Editor, 13 Apr 2021 If you follow this site, you’ll undoubtedly know that we have a huge hard on for single and doublehanded sailing and the global movement towards racing shorthanded. Although rumors are beginning to emerge that the planned debut for doublehanded offshore keelboat racing in the Olympics in 2024 may be in for a big rug pull, we don’t expect this movement to lose steam any time soon. As shorthanded entries continue to break records and exciting new designs make this type of racing gain traction in the market place, we’re [...]
March, 2021 After many months of intense work it is so good to see that our dream is coming true and Farr X2 is taking shape! XSP shared with us photos of freshly waxed CNC milled hull plug. It is being prepared for the next steps. We are now waiting for the hull tooling with the deck and internals close behind! More to come, stay tuned!