CST Begins 2013 With Wins in Multiple Sailing Classes

By February 19, 2013All News, Marine News, Uncategorised

2013 is off to a fantastic start for sailors with CST masts. We’ve had some exciting winning results in several classes of Australian national championships. Congratulations to all the winners.

16′ Skiff Australian Champion 2012/2013

Brydens - 16' Skiff Australian Champion 2012/2013

Brydens – 16′ Skiff Australian Champion 2012/2013

Brydens Compensation Lawyers (Lee Knapton, Peter Mackie, Ricky Bridge). Using a CST Composites mast combined with MacDiarmid Sails, winning their titles with a day to spare. See the results here.

I14 Skiff Australian Champion 2012/2013

Del Boca Vista - I14 Skiff Australian Champion 2012/2013

Del Boca Vista – I14 Skiff Australian Champion 2012/2013

Del Boca Vista (Brad Devine, Ian Furlong). Using a CST Composites mast combined with Alexander Sails, winning their titles with a day to spare. See the results here.

NS14 Australian Champion 2012/2013

Tempest - NS14 Australian Champion 2012/2013

Tempest – NS14 Australian Champion 2012/2013

Tempest (Bryce Edwards, Amanda Stern). Using a CST Composites mast combined with Barracouta Sails. See the results here.

B14 Australian Champion 2012/2013

One More for the Bone (Guy Bancroft, Lachie Imeneo). Using a CST Composites mast combined with Irwin Sails. See the results here.

Cherub Australian Champion 2012/2013

Son of Wally (Trevor Fay, Nigel Blatchford). Using a CST Composites mast. See the results here.

Contender Australian Championship 2012/2013

Balance (Mark Bulka). Using a CST Composites mast. See the results here.

Sydney to Hobart IRC 3 Winner 2012/2013

Lunchtime Legend, Beneteau First 40 (Robert Robertson). Using a CST Composites mast. See the results here.