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2017-11-22


If you arrived here to read this blogpost we may suppose that you are a committed sailor of dinghies or catamarans. Because yacht owners don't use such kind of boatcovers only if their boat is off from the water during wintertime - but it is a whole other question. Dinghy- or catsailors leave their boat in the club or the marina on the shore for a few days or sometimes for more sad longer weeks. If the boat stay naked, many bad surprizes can salute you when arriving back to sail. 

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2017-11-06


It is a real challenge to invite young sailors from Optimist to the track of multihulls. Once you became a catsailor, you will stay a catsailor forever. It doesn't mean that you cannot sail Volvo Ocean Race or any competitional or leisure monohull, but you will always return to some speedmachines.

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2017-10-31


As in our last blogpost we mentioned the history of UV Covers, we digged some old pictures. We cannot decide if these covers are just funny or ugly at all, but you have to see these photos.

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2017-10-18


Once upon a time, really long time ago a genius sailmaker decided to create a new kind of cover for sporty sailboat like dinghys and catamarans. The sailmaker was the deeply honored Giorgio Zuccholi, who was working with high class and Olympic sailors. As Giorgio (who is actually the record keeper of Centomiglia of Lago di Garda, still today!) designed many Olympic medal winner sails, he was working very close to the sailors. Their need was a light cover to protect the boat. He found the answer for their needs, and that was the ancestor of the contemporal UV Covers.

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2017-10-09


"Winter is coming" is the motto of House Stark at the Game of Thrones fantasy by George R.R. Martin. By the way this fictional family of books and tv series has not a good destiny, but for your boat the same should be predestinated. As we are a cover maker company, it's a duty call for us write about that subject in the Autumn of the Northern Hemisphere.

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