Entries in Multihulls (9)



Helms Yachts is hosting an Open Boat viewing of the Newick 50' Trimaran "Traveller" at Ballena Isle Marina. Her owner, Andrew Bartholomew, sailed Traveller almost entirely singlehanded from New Zealand, and arrived in the San Francisco Bay just this past weekend. We hope you can make it Sunday and check out this amazing trimaran, fresh off her Trans-Pacific journey! 


Location: "Traveler" is berthed behind the restaurant "Pier 29" 1148 Ballena Blvd Alameda, CA
Questions? Feel free to call or e-mail Gary at (510)-865-2511 helmz@aol.com
See you there!



Newick 50 - Traveller

We are big fans of Dick Newick designed trimarans, so we are very excited to share our latest listing with you. Traveller is a 50' cruising trimaran that has been sailing around the South Pacific and is now for sale. For more details and pictures please visit the following link: Traveller 50 Yacht World

Below is a great video the current owner's trip from Tonga to Auckland. 


Gary Wins 1st Place in Singlehanded Div. in Corinthian Race in Corsair Sprint 750

Gary (pictured above on the right) came in first in the Singlehanded Multihull Division in this past weekend's Corinthian Race. In talking to him about race yesterday, he told me that he feels that he is pleased with how he really has the boat fine tuned and dialed in for singlehanding as of late. Typically the Sprint 750 is set up for a crew of 2 to 3, but Gary has rigged the boat so that he can control most of the lines in a more forward cockpit position. This allows him to tack, change sails, or put in a reef much easier while singlehanding the Sprint. It also allows for him to keep more of his weight in towards the center of the boat. With two recent singlehanded wins under his belt this year, Gary says that he is becoming quite attached to his Sprint. He sure has this boat humming. 


Gary wins 1st Place in Singlehanded Division in the Three Bridge Fiasco in Corsair Sprint 750

Adam here... Just wanted to congratulate my Dad for his win in this years Three Bridge Fiasco in the Singlehanded division. He took home the first place trophy sailing his 24' Corsair Sprint 750. We did this race last year together, and finished in the middle of the pack; but still had a great time.

This is one of the more crowded races we have here on the Bay, with quite a large fleet of racers. Now I don't mean to brag but... I think it is pretty cool that age 66, my Dad is still able to singlehand a hotrod trimaran like the Sprint, and come through with the 1st palce win infront of so many other boats. Fun stuff. 



New SF 34th America's Cup Promo Videos Are Up!

Just wanted to share these promotional video's the folks with the 34th America's Cup posted on Youtube. The event of course will be held here in the most beautiful natural sailing ampatheater in the World (yes we're a little biased), the San Francisco Bay. The the next few years are going to be a blast!