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A new sponsor has come on board RF33 – which means the project is now on the final leg of its race to get sailing competitively. Mark Dennington, a competitor at Grenada Sailing Week for the past few years, has given his backing to RF33’s mission to bring international yacht racing within the reach of More »

The Portsmouth Sailing Club

talks about us! RF33 and Portsmouth Sailing Club Portsmouth Sailing Club in the UK has included a report about our project in its latest newsletter, “Port Tack.” Hugh Pringle, one of our sponsors, wrote about this year’s Grenada Sailing Week and went on to explain why he has been so supportive of the RF33 project. More »

Look who stopped by, Mike Gascoyne!

Many might know Mike Gascoyne as a designer of Formula One cars. But he is also a passionate sailor and built a racing boat! On 14th December 2012 we had the great pleasure to meet Mike Gascoyne on his arrival in Grenada. With no previous racing experience he raced solo from Lisabon, Portugal to Grenada, More »

Mike Gascoyne and Rene

British Yachtsman Patrick

British Yachtsman Signs Up

Facebook coverage of our sponsorship-raising campaign during the recent Grenada Sailing Week 2015 has attracted support from a young British yachtsman. Patrick Pringle, who raced on board charter yacht Lancelot in GSW 2010 and has friends in Grenada, backs the RF33 goal of improving competitive racing opportunities for local young sailors. Patrick – pictured here More »

Grenada Team Sailing gathers support at Open Day

The event, held at our Westerhall workshop, gave us an opportunity to explain our mission to build a racing yacht to train young sailors in Grenada to compete in international regattas. Project leader, Rene Froehlich, was also delighted to be able to discuss the details of the design with experienced racers and yachting specialists. Visitor More »