Designs


 MOJO

A boat designed to improve on the already successful Cheinz concept. The boat performed very well, showing exceptional upwind performance as well as maintaining the downwind speed of the Cheinz.

 

Tacking ability at the top end of the rigs was also very good showing the new appendages are working as well as expected.

 

The new deck layout features a removable plastic lid and repositioned winch.



 CHEINZ 

Using elements of the theme of chined hulls, there are also some touches of a slightly different approach to the underwater lines.
 
I have used an elliptical theme for sections 20-50% back to soften the effect of circular sections used on the current crop of designs.
 
It still has those on the entry sections but then they transition to the elliptical type to create an easily driven hull.
 
Wetted area is still on the low side, and the chines minimize windage in heavier breezes, and add some “bite” when sailing to windward.

 


 

 

 

Recent Results

2014

  • 1st, 2nd in Canadian Nationals
  • 1st, 3rd Australian IOM Championship
  • 1st French Nationals RG65
  • 1st, 2nd Scottish Wooden Boat Championship
  • RG65 US Nationals; Missile 1st and 4th. Tony Gonsalves and Gary Boell.
  • IOM   NZ Nationals; Mojo 2nd (Rob Nelson). First major event.
  • IOM   NSW  GP Round; Cheinz 1st. Paul Jones.
  • IOM   Swedish Nationals; Cheinz 1st. Soren Andresen

2013

  • 3rd World IOM Championship
  • 1st, 2nd, 3rd NZ RG65 Championship
  • 2nd UK IOM Nationals
  • 1st RG65 US Nationals
  • 1st Spanish Cup
  • 1st & 3rd Queensland IOM Champs