Warehouse Super Sale 2017

If you’re on the market FOR A COSTAL MULTIHULL RACER keep on reading…

New SeaCart 26 Trimaran – Now available at a Super Warehouse Sale Price!
Probably the best coastal trimaran there is. Being a Marc Lombard design having the offshore pedigree built in she is a trustworthy partner when the going gets tough. Having curved foils and rudders on the floats like her larger offshore sisters let you sail on one float under full control. She has a proven race record winning regattas in the Caribbean and Europe under different rules. This boat will not let you and your two to three crew mates down. More, it only take 2–3 hours from road trailer mode until you’re out sailing.

SEK 249,000 was SEK 637,200 / USD 31,000 was USD 70,600 / EUR 29,000 was EUR 66,500
Prices excl. VAT / Offer expires December 24 – 2017 / Warehouse Sale Specs. below.

Included are: 3 x hulls, carbon mast in two pieces, spreaders, diamond stays, carbon boom, carbon beams, carbon bow sprit, carbon curved foils, rudder heads, rudder blades, centerboard, adjustable carbon rudder cross beam, carbon stanshions, Harken deck gear, winch, trampolines, yokes… a whole SeaCart 26 trimaran! The boat is stored on a four wheel trolley that fit inside a standard 40 ft container for effortless shipping.

Add: Shipping, running rigging, halyards, shrouds, sails, engine (electric or petrol), assembly and you have race boat that has all the nitty gritty features her larger offshore sisters has. You get a great training platform for future achievements and/or a stable test platform for flying foil and/or wing sail development. To get the full picture check our Warehouse Sale price example below (OD.48) – Sail type and brand is of your choosing – OD.48 show an example of North Sails 3Di sails.


[ CLICK ON THE PICTURE TO VIEW A LARGE .PDF ]

Terms: ***Ex-Works Thailand, 50% upon order (booking fee)*, 40% a week before shipping, 30% non refundable upon cancellation. OLM are happy to help out in any way. *Until shipping the weekly storage cost (USD 100) is transfered to the buyer. No longer than four weeks are permitted. **This offer overrides prices that are already published. ***Those overrule ’’Payment Plan’’ at the Warehouse Sale Offer Specification (OD.48).

Don’t miss out – ORDER TODAY!

Best Regards

Calle Hennix
Oceanlake Marine AB
Email: calle.hennix@oceanlakemarine.com / Skype: callehennix / Cell: 0046 (0)70 742 84 66

Boat info: www.SeaCart26.com
Nice visual tour of the boat: Click Here!
Flying hulls picture: Click Here!
More pictures on Facebook: Click Here!
Tips & Trix and Tech. pictures: Click Here!
Folder in pdf format**: Click Here!

FYI: The Brand is happy and for sale – More about it here.

With that said we wish you a successful 2017 and we look forward to welcome you into the SeaCart community!

The SeaCart Team

Categories: Articles, News, Press Releases
Sep
27

Folding, Mast Reise and Assembly


Ready to Race!


Ready for folding.


One float.


Second float.


Done, now mast down using A-frame system.


Here we go. 3:1 purchase system hooked on the bowsprit – rope goes to winch.


Cover on before loading on the road trailer


Done and dusted – Ready for the road trip back!

Categories: News
Sep
24

Covers for Hulls and Mast

For road transportation or moored at the dock or awaiting sailing on the trolly on land a cover is what you looking for. Now we have made super duper covers for mast, boom, crossbar, front beams, floats and mainhull. Also available is the special cockpit cover that let you keep the hatches open, sails on the seats for drying out and sun protection. Works a treat!


Boom Cover works on land or…


…in the wet.

The SeaCart Team

Sep
13

Seven Musts Before Retirement


Cowes Week, UK, 2011 © Rick Tomlinson

SeaCart creator, Calle Hennix, talks about his passion for the best regattas around the world.

The SeaCart 26 is not only for tight exhilarating One Design racing around the cans. One important strategic key feature is that the boat is an exciting adventure platform for experience regattas and races around the world. I have a long background on the offshore scene including the Whitbread Around The World Race 89–90. I have always stressed that quality and toughness are the most important features on the SeaCart 26 design, rather than building it as light as possible so you may fly hulls in super light winds. The boat had to be able to cope with rough Atlantic swell or in 30 knots on the Solent with four knots of tide running against you. The feel you get when sailing a multihull in those conditions under control is a real experience of fantastic, pure sailing.

With ownership of a SeaCart 26 a large number of regattas opens up around the world. The one thing that stands out, from my experience having participated in great coastal races and fantastic regattas, is that visiting new countries really opens your eyes to new cultures, food, lifestyles and much more. And beyond that, it’s probably the best way to spend time with your mates and family doing something you all love.

On the flip side it has been quite costly to campaign your own boat in foreign countries until now. Having a SeaCart 26 you can experience international regattas without spending heaps of money. Fore once you just need crew of three, including you, she is easy to tow behind a normal car or sent abroad in a 40 foot container. If you join forces it can be made even more economical as two SeaCart 26’s fit inside one standard 40 foot container.

When you own a high performance boat like the SeaCart 26 you have the right tool for proper coastal racing – Caribbean, USA, France, Asia, Australia, UK, Scandinavia etc. My experience is that the race organisation always like to help out long distance entries. The SeaCart 26 creates a lot of interest – so let the fun begin. I’d like to propose a few great races I have done and others I like to attend. With this in mind I have created a list for pure inspiration.

Seven ‘‘Must Do’’ Regattas before retirement or after ‘‘retirement’’. The events are listed in no particular order – and yes there are more fantastic regattas out there – So please feel free to send your recommendations to add to the list. Here we go…

HEINEKEN REGATTA
Held in one of the worlds’ finest sailing waters by an organisation that knows how to conduct races and parties in style. Usually warm winds around 20–30 knots and water temperature around 27 degrees. Who can ask for more? When you are there you can do; Rolex International Regatta at St. Thomas USVI, Antigua Sailing Week, Course the Alliance at St. Maarten, Voile de St. Barth…
St. Maarten / Netherland Antilles / www.heinekenregatta.com

KINGS CUP
Kings Cup (KC) has set the pace in Asia. KC is their most renowned regatta having near perfect sailing conditions and evening parties that stand out. KC is the largest regatta in Asia and gives you a week in fast forward mode on all levels. For those living in colder countries (like me in Sweden) you should consider staying and do a few more races like: Top of the Gulf Regatta, Samui Regatta…
Phuket / Thailand / www.kingscup.com

KEY WEST REGATTA
This is a perfect first regatta of the new year. In nice temperatures in the most southern part of the US. Professionally driven and now open for multihulls in two classes. Great sailing, fantastic venue. Highly recommended. The SeaCart 30 has entered the Fort Lauderdale to Key West Race www.keywestrace.org – We have to check if the 26 can race because this is a fast, fun, wet, must do stretch around the keys.
Florida / USA / www.premiere-racing.com

COWES WEEK
One of my favourite regattas that has it all. During a race you can have mist, heavy rain, 30 knots TWS and total calm – at the same time you have the tide pushing you back and fourth on the Solent. When you have dealt with those conditions the first beer afterwards makes you feel fantastic because today you have truly earnt it. Around 40 classes starting every day so the traffic on the Solent is solid so you need to check for boats in all directions – all the time. Big fun! The yachting sceene at Cowes Week is great and built on more than 180 years of tradition (since 1826). This is a regatta you seriously have to consider. You will probably sail it many times because the lure of Solent will make you come back for more!
Isle of Weight / UK / www.aamcowesweek.co.uk

ROUND THE ISLAND RACE
Probably the largest yacht race on the planet having 1,800 boats entering each year. Saturday morning at 04:00 you set off from the harbour to sail the 50 NM race around the island. You will sail past the notorius The Needles, St Catherines Point and navigate current up to 5 knots. A fantastic race that will test you and your crew’s skills to the limit. The party level in Cowes on Saturday night is set high – you dont want to miss out!
Isle of Weight / UK / www.roundtheisland.org.uk

TOUR DE BELLE-ILE
A fantastic round the island race. Imagine all entries, monohulls and multihulls, on one long starting line only separated by a starting wessel. A fantastic sight on the big bay. La Trinite is one of those sailing mekkas you just have to visit (like Cowes). Here you get an insight on the many giants of the French offshore scene (monos and multis) – in Trinite quite a few teams have there base. The French cuisine is also a good reason the be here in the spring.
La Trinite Sur Mere / France / www.tourdebelleile.com

THE BORDER RUN
In 2011 the Border Run became the largest point to point racing event in Southern California. Starting in Newport Beach rounding Coronado Island and finish in San Diego make this approx. 90 NM race a must do on my list!
Newport > San Diego / USA / www.theborderrun.org

There are lot of other races out there so I’d love to hear your ideas so we can write a follow up article. Until then send me your suggestions plus a short description! I’m looking forward to hearing from you, email here.

Categories: Articles, News, Press Releases
Sep
09