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F-22 Launching in Canada, Refurbished F-25C, F-82 Launched in Germany, F-25C in Round The Island Race (UK), F-32AX Building in the USA, F-32 Building In Romania, F-32SR In California, F-36 Launched in UK, F-41 Across The Atlantic and Back, F-85SR In Australia and Swedish F-9A
F-32 Launched in Germany, F-22 Sailing In France, F-9AX Launched in Canada, F-22 Building in Massachusetts, F-22 Building in California, F-22 Building in New Zealand, F-82 Building in Italy, F-85SR Building in Germany and F-85SR Folding Struts
F-22 Launched in Denmark, F-22 Launched in Canada, F-22 Launched in Southern California, F-22 Ready to Launch in Canada, F-39 Cruising the Pacific Northwest, F-85SR Building Update, F-9AX Cruising in Canada, F-32 Launched in France, F-22 Sailing in Canada, F-27 Sailing in Denmark, F-32 Building in New Zealand and F-32 Building in Australia
Great Effort in Two Man Round Britain Race, Why Did it Take So Long?, F-36 Building in Australia, F-32 Almost Finished in Australia, F-82 Launched in Poland, F-22 Building in South Africa and F-22 Setup Details From Australia
F-41 Sails From Europe to New Zealand, F-22 Sailing In Western Australia, Two F-22s in QLD 2010 Nationals, F-22 Launched in Sydney, F-22 Launched in Charmhaven (north of Sydney), F-22 Building In Auckland, Another F-22 Building in Australia, F-22 Building in Italy, F-22 to F-24 Rudder Comparison, F-32 Building in Germany, F-32 Building in Western Australia, F-32 Building in Poland, F-36 Launched in Australia, F-39 Building in Canada, F-82 Building in Italy, F-32 Sails to Canary Islands and Latest F-32SR News
Cuddy Cabin F-22 Building In Australia, F-33 Cruising in Europe, F-32 Winning in South Africa, F-9AX Fastest in SOMR, Australia, F-82 and F-32AX Building in Poland, F-9R Rolled Over in Michigan, Another F-32AX Delivery and F-82 Nearing Completion in Australia
Another F-39 Launched, F-27 Wins Australian Nationals, F-33 Sets New Record in Hawaii, New F-82 Launched in New Zealand, F-22 Near Launching In Australia, F-22 Building in Wales, F-22 Progress in Australia, F-22 Progress in the USA, Clear Coat Carbon F-22 Rudder, Another F-9 Sailing In Australia, F-39 Building in Holland, F-32 Building In Canada, F-32 Progress in Australia and F-32 Progress in Austria
Another F-22 Launched and Surfing, New High Aspect Rudder Blades, F-39 Building In Virginia, F-39 Building In Germany, F-22 In Ontario, F-24 Sailing in Sydney, F-27 in Western Australia (Former AMOC Winner), F-32 Sailing in Korea, F-41 Cruising in South Australia, F-82 Building in Montreal and a monohull on the F-boat website….?
F-22R in Bay to Bay, F-22 Building in France, F-9AX Sailing Report From South Africa, F-82 Launched in The Netherlands, F-9AX Sailing in Australia, F-82 Building in Poland, F-22 Almost Finished in The Netherlands, F-9R in Slovenia, F-22 Building in Croatia, F-9/F-31 to F-33 Comparison and F-82 Building in Australia
Two More F-22s Launched, F-32 Sailing In Italy, F-32 Launched in Korea, Sailing The F-22, New Quadramaran!?, F-39 Passing Through Canal, F-82 Outstanding In Coastal Classic, F-22 Near Launching on Gold Coast, F-9AX Launched in South Africa, F-82 Launched in Netherlands, Racing Action, F-32 Near Launching In Australia and F-32RX in Annapolis Boat Show
F-32RX nearing completion in Virginia, F-35C fastest in ‘Regata De Amigos’ , F-22 Progress in Australia, F-22 Building In Italy, F-9AX Building in New Zealand, F-33R Wins Round Island Race and F-24 and Accessories
First F-32 Launched, Another F-32 Near Launching, And Another in Olympia, F-32s Building In South Africa, The First F-44SC Building in Oregon, Another F-44SC Building in Brazil, An F-27 In Europe, F-9AX Nearing Completion in South Africa and F-boats Cruising in Florida
F-41s In Australia, Latest F-22 Construction Photos, F-9AX in Ohio, F-82 Launching in Georgia, F-32 in Australia, F-32 in Austria, F-32 in Korea, F-32 in North Carolina, F-33 Sailing in Australia, F-82 Building in Turkey, F-9 Building in Canada, F-9AX and the 75′ B & Q and F-32 Beams Now Shipping
F-32 Building in Sri Lanka, F-9 Beach Launching In Australia, F-36 Sailing in Holland, F-32 Building In Australia, F-41 Sailing In San Diego, F-9AX Nearing Completion in South Africa, F-82 Launched In Auckland and F-32AX Nearing Launch in Australia
F-25A Wins Class in Swiftsure, F-33 Sailing Report From New York, A Unique Trailertri 680 In Australia, F-36 Launched in Holland, F-32 Progress in Australia, A Trailertri 720 In Canada, F-32 In Washington State, F-32 Building In Sri Lanka and F-33 Launched In Australia
Trailertri Prototype (#1) Still Going Strong, Another F-9AX Launched in Australia, F-39s Building In Canada, F-32AX Building In Australia, F-33 Wins Conquistador Cup, F-82 Building in Australia, Command 10 Cruising Mexico
F-32AX Building In Australia, F-32AX Building near Seattle, F-33 Sailing On Lake Ontario, F-33 Launched in Vancouver, F-9AX Wins RORC St Malo Race Again, F-9AX Launched in Australia and F-36 Nearing Completion in Holland
F-41 ENDLESS SUMMER’s first ocean crossing, F-41 being built in Canada, Latvian Built F-41 nearing completion, South Australian F-41 progress, Another F-41 under construction in Latvia, More F-82 progress in Canada, First photo of larger F-9 ‘Mk II’ floats, Another ‘Wow’ F-82 nearing completion, An All Carbon Aft Cabin F-82 in Canada, An Aft cabin F-82 in Australia, New F-25C launched in England, An F-25A in Oregon, Mike Wright’s F-25A Launched in Seattle, Glenn Harris’s F-82 Launched in Australia and An F-82 Being Built in Canada
2003 Rolex Fastnet race – Richard Roscoe’s F-9AX wins the multihull division. First on corrected time and only beaten over the line in its class by a 40′ racing trimaran. Photo of Triohe overtaking Farr 65.
2003 Cowes-St Malo race – Richard Roscoe’s F-9AX 1st overall and 11th over the line in light weather. The 204 boat fleet included 2 Volvo 60s, a Farr 52, and five other 50 to 60 footers.
2003 Van Isle 360 race – Kim Alfred’s F-31 took out fastest elapsed time in this arduous 588nm around Vancouver Island race. Kim won the multihull class and overall, leading home the Formula 40 racing catamaran Dragonfly.
2002 and Earlier
2002 UK Farrier National Championships: Another successful event hosted by the Bembridge Sailing Club, Isle of Wight. Overall winner was Pete Newman (F-27 Martine) by one point, with Brian Haynes (F-28R Carbon Tiger) 2nd, and Mike Wigmore (F-24 Trivia) 3rd. It is intended to make the 2003 (10 – 13 July) event bigger by introducing a cruising program as well as the racing program for serious racers.
F-9AX does well again: Richard Roscoe’s TRIOHE took 8th overall in the Cowes-St Malo race, from 140 entries. It was 165 miles on the wind for three quarters of the way and the F-9AX finished only eight minutes behind Mollymawk, a 40 ft racing Tri (with one third the accommodation) that won the 2002 Round Britain race.
Another Trailertri 720 with a new lease of life
Trailertri renovations are becoming very popular in Australia.
An F-82 In South Australia – with interior and support method photos
F-9AX in England – more photos of Richard Roscoe’s race winning TRIOHE
A Classic Renewed: Peter Hackett launches his refurbished Trailertri 720
Another F-82 Launched: Claude and Lynn McDill’s F-82 in South Carolina
Another F-36 Launched: Scott Webster’s fantastic new F-36 in Washington State
F-9AX shows its speed: The F-9AX is a wider and even roomier version of the F-9A/F-31, and Richard Roscoe’s TRIOHE proved it also quite a performer by coming 11th fastest overall in the 2001 Round the Isle of Wight Race on the 16th June, from 1775 starters! More details are near bottom of History page via link.
…and the F-9AX does it again!: Richard Roscoe’s TRIOHE took line honors in the Royal Southampton Yacht Club’s Two-handed Round the Isle of Wight Race on July 14th, leading home 146 entries (up to 80′ monos plus an F-25C and F-28R).
Dean Snow’s F-9R takes line honors in Australia’s classic Marlay Point Race. Story on Reports page
October 28, 2000
Mike Horn completes his LATITUDE 0° quest to circumnavigate the world at the Equator. His epic voyage started with crossing the Atlantic single-handed in his F-28 trimaran. The voyage from Libreville (Gabon), to the banks of the Amazon at Macapa, Brazil took a record 19 days, with speeds reaching over 20 knots at times. Upon arrival Mike said “ I’m more than satisfied – the boat and all the technical equipment ran very well even during the most difficult moments”
Mike next walked across South America, rejoined his F-28 in Ecuador, and then completed the long 8,685 mile Pacific leg in 67 days without any problems. The Indian Ocean crossing was the most difficult ocean segment and Mike then walked across Africa to Gabon to complete the circumnavigation of the globe at the equator without any motorized transport – the first to ever do this.
It should be noted that Mike’s F-28 is a completely stock F-28, straight off the production line, and without any special modifications other than what Mike did himself. It was an excellent demonstration of the strength and reliability of stock Farrier designs. However it should also be noted that while it is nice to know that the F-28 is capable of such long ocean crossings in experienced hands, it still remains a small trailerable yacht and is not recommended or intended for this purpose