Jonathan’s Blog – 12th July

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Another busy week has just flown by and the sea Pwllheli has been full of dinghy racing and the yacht racing enthusiasts in Abersoch have been waiting avidly for the beginning of the Edinburgh cup. The Dragon yacht racing that will be filling the Bay this week is all very exciting and I should be getting a lot of really good photographs on Saturday of the yacht racing as it reaches the climax of the week’s activity. Not all the boats competing in the yacht racing have as yet been launched into the water. I know that the organisers are expecting quite a few more of the participants in this yacht racing to arrive by the weekend.

We’ve been busy in the sail loft often providing a number of dinghy racing and yacht racing enthusiasts with advice and encouragement as it’s the height of the season and the really keen dinghy racing and yacht racing crews are planning for their campaigns for the summer. And looking forward to next year’s dinghy racing and yacht racing.

We wottac have been really pleased with the interest from dinghy racing and yacht racing enthusiasts all over the world in our product. We’ve had buyers from Australia and America showing a lot of interest for their dinghy racing and yacht racing seasons. We recently heard from a boat builder in Singapore who wants to be able to sell the wottac in Southeast Asia. I know that everyone involved in dinghy racing and yacht racing will find the wottac helpful. It is a real aid to learning to dinghy race and yacht race and being able to sail more effectively.

Were also looking to appoint a distributor who sells to the dinghy racing and yacht racing markets in Germany and we have been approached by two companies already. So it looks like the dinghy racing and yacht racing fraternity in Germany are going to be using the wot tac pretty soon.

Anyone who wants to see how an Italian who is involved in dinghy racing or yacht racing looks with a wot tac round his neck then please visit our website.

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wot-tac explained

Using the wot-tac is simple.

  • First, find the bearing of the true wind direction.
  • Second, set the bearing into the dial, which clicks every five degrees and then
  • Move the pointer arm to the same bearing.

wot-tac is ready!

Use it once you’ll never sail without it