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RS Tera granted ISAF Recognised Class status

by Emma White 13 Nov 2007 11:41 GMT 13 November 2007
The RS Tera has been granted ISAF Recognised Class © Mike Austen

The RS Tera has been granted ISAF Recognised Class status following the sustained international growth of the class. As the smallest member of the RS All Purpose Boat Range, the RS Tera is aimed at young sailors, taking them from their first tentative sail through to a high level of accomplishment.

Designed by Paul Handley, the lightweight polyethylene hull is small enough for one youngster and roomy enough for a friend, while the choice of two rigs – a Dacron Sport rig or a Mylar Pro rig – enables the RS Tera to be tailored to the sailor’s experience.

Above all, the RS Tera provides an exhilarating, new level of performance that keeps youngsters hooked! The RS Tera Racing Programme is in place for 2008, with the first international event in Sweden prior to the RS Feva World Championships.

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