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Suntouched Sailboats at the RYA Suzuki Dinghy Show

by Rodney Cobb, Suntouched Sailboats on 2 Mar 2016 Stand C6, 5-6 March 2016
Giles Scott racing his Devoti D-Fantastica Finn © Suntouched Sailboats

Suntouched Sailboats will have an exciting range of Devoti single handers at this year's RYA Suzuki Dinghy Show at Alexandra Palace (5th/6th March).

At the Olympic level they will be exhibiting the Finn that has taken the Finn world by storm, impressively the Devoti D-Fantastica achieved the top 9 places in last year's Finn Gold Cup in Takapuna, New Zealand. The Fantastica Finn on display will be heading out to Rio and the Olympics this summer after the Dinghy Show. This has to be a boat worth checking out!

For those looking for the extra thrill of an asymmetric, Suntouched can point you at the D-One Class Association stand, just across the aisle, to see a recently delivered boat. Of course Suntouched are always happy to talk about the D-One and the team would be very pleased to talk D-Ones to anyone interested in the class.

There will be three D-Zeros at the show this year, two on the Suntouched Sailboats stand and one on the Class Association stand across the aisle. One of the two boats on the Suntouched stand is the first of a Limited Edition, the Celebration, to mark two years since the launch of the class in 2014. Also, this year Suntouched will be showing a D-Zero flip up rudder for those who prefer this option over the standard cassette rudder and the very neat TackTick carbon bracket. There will be some great offers on both new and used D-Zeros and the Devoti Optimist, also on the stand.

You will find the Suntouched Sailboats stand in the Great Hall, stand number C6.

www.suntouched.co.uk

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