RS Feva, the world’s best selling double handed sailing dinghy

RS Feva sailing in NSW RS Feva is suitable for teenagers

Sydney Sailing School vision for sailing goes beyond just teaching people to sail, but also providing the best boats that will inspire a new generation of sailors, the RS Feva is integral to our plans and will provide the backbone of our training fleet and transition to the racing fleet. If you would like to take one of these for a test sail then get in touch.

Fun sailing for everyone:

RS Feva allows kids to learn the basics through to advancedThe large, uncluttered cockpit means that the Feva can be enjoyed by everyone – From adult single-handers to young race crews, multiple sail options mean the Feva can be a stable trainer or a performance skiff – all using the same spars.

For learning & recreational sailing to International Racing

The Feva’s modern design allows sailors to learn the techniques in a relatively forgiving and safe boat, inspiring confidence yet teaching good habits in boat handling & racing. There are established fleets that continue to grow around the globe, with training and club racing right up to World Championship competition. Many Feva sailors have progressed to Olympic Squads and set the pace at the highest levels. Check out this video put together at the recent world championships:

 Easy + Safe = Great Experience

With simple rigging and an easy spinnaker system, the Feva is safe and reliable which adds peace of mind. Slow to invert and with an optional mast head float it’s easy and quick to right.

It's easy to move RS Fevas around and are a great step towards skiff sailing“The RS Feva provided my kids with a learning platform, taking them from beginners to club racers in one season. Now they’re hooked.” Mike Essex

“It has been designed to make the excitement of modern performance boats attainable quickly and this has to be good for sailing.” David Ritchie – Former British National Coach

“With the Feva even the youngest sailors get all the action & fun of modern asymmetric racing.” Christian Brandt – Germany

RS Feva is so easy rig you can stand around talking! RS Feva allows for international competition

The Feva has changed the face of youth sailing globally – And adults love it too! Novice to racer, it’s an International award winner & the world’s best selling 2-person sailboat. with a self draining cockpit and built in righting lines assisting quick and safe recovery. Spinnaker hoists and drops are a breeze – The whole bow area forms a large chute. These features make learning advanced techniques straightforward and safe, with better results and fulfilled sailors. The main is hoisted, the rudder pivots and the hull is lightweight allowing easy launching and recovery. The mast is easily stepped by teens, giving great independence.

Lasting Value

There are two specifications available in Australia and all the options can be added to the same hull and spars meaning progression is easy and cost effective. RS Comptec PE3 Rotomoulded construction means the Feva is stiff, very strong and perfect for training or racing – Virtually maintenance free. ISAF Class – Multi-award winning design

Specifications

Feva Sport c/w hard wearing 5.5m Dacron reefing mainsail, hard wearing Dacron jib, trolley and cover $9,050

Spinnaker kit for above $ 810

Feva XL Pro Club racing spec c/w 6.5m Mylar Main and Hard wearing Dacron jib, spinnaker, trolley and cover $10,600

Additional Items: Rudder cover $ $110, Dagger board cover $110. $170 per pair

All prices include GST and delivery within Sydney, additional haulage is at cost

If you would like to know more or arrange a test sail contact chris on info@sydneysailingschool.com.au

 

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“This was my first experience at buying a sailing boat. Chris taught and went over all basic knowledge in great detail.
There was good communication even after buying, and RS Feva itself is a perfect size for two and easy to handle. My family and I are enjoying wonderful sailing on this boat.”
MASA from Qld sailing with his daughter July 2014