ABOUT SUPERMAXI YACHT WAY OF LIFE , EX MORNING GLORY
Ordered by Hasso Plattner, the founder of SAP, developed by the world leading boatdesigners Reichel and Pugh from San Diego and finally built by the Australian shipyard McConaghy in Mona Vale, Sidney in 2004.
Morning Glory, the Record Breaking Canting Keel Super Maxi, built by McConaghy Boats, has had a strong presence in the Mediterranean Maxi racing scene since it was launched. The yacht has an enviable trophy list that amongst many wins and first to finish placings includes:
RACE YACHT SPECIFICATIONS:
The boat has a length of 26,2 meters and a width of 4,2 meters, is built completely from carbon-fiber, has an extremely flat hull, a wide after (maxi sled), a canting ceel (CBTF) which moves higher than 50 degrees and two movable ceel fins (rudders), one at the rear, one at the front. The vessel has 20,8 tons, almost half of it, 10 tons are 4,5 meters deep under water. Additionally 5 tons of water can be used to stabilize the boat. allowed to steer it, since it is registered under British flag with an official length of 23,99 meter. A former ORC measurement was recorded with an index of 366,1.
THE BEST WAYS TO STRENGTHEN YOUR BUSINESS
YOUR TEAM WILL LEARN HOW TO WORK BETTER AND MAKE YOUR COMPANY STRONGER, AND YOUR PARTNERS WILL HAVE SOMETHING TO LOOK FORWARD TO FOR THE NEXT YEAR.
One of the best ways to strengthen your business bonds to your partners or your employees is through a very competitive environment that race sailing offers you. Under the skippers guidance, the crew will be instructed in all aspects of sailing our unique, state oft he art race vessel and there will be team exercises including individual duties such as helming, grinding, navigation and sail triming.
Teams can be made up from six to twentyfive people. At the end of each day, the team will meet to enjoy the evening at one of the restaurants in the marina.The sailing challenge is co-ordinated by experienced staff who are on hand at all times to ensure a professional and seamless sailing experience.Corporate activities are organised individually, and we can offer advice and guidance on what would be most suitable for your needs.
Designing activities involves you, and activities are based on both your budget and your specific requirements. Doesn't matter if you have a small, intimate group or a team of 50 (or more) people, we can adapt all activities to suit your needs.
During the training the following elements will be offered:
DECK POSITIONS: setting of and training with roles and responsibilities: tactician, helmsman, main sail trim, genoa trim, spi etc.
ADVANCED PROCEDURES: spinnaker sailing, advanced main/Genova trim, preparing the boat for starting.
REGATTA PROCEDURES: start, rounding the mark(s), course tactic