Sail Wildling

When we purchased Wildling, I didn’t order a spinnaker because I wasn’t sure if we would need one, and if we did, what type and size we should get. I’m glad...

We raced Wildling in the Outremer Cup regatta last weekend, and while we were careful about our sails and rig loads and didn’t break anything, we did push the boat a...

The annual Outremer owners regatta began today in La Grande Motte France, with a friendly prologue event where all the boats went out together for a social sail. We all took...

One thing I have found when teaching our kids to sail aboard large cruising multihulls, is that things can be pretty intimidating and confusing. They do learn the maneuvers real well,...

Brent Vaughan from Multihull Central, invited Robin and I to go sailing on VAA NUI, Outremer 45 hull #1, which arrived recently in Australia after crossing the Atlantic and Pacific and...

I received quite a few messages after my previous post asking to explain the downwind reefing technique we use on Wildling, so in this post I’ll go over the details of...

Here’s some video I took of my first time sailing Wildling in La Grande-Motte. We had perfect conditions with winds 15 to 20 knots, and gusts over 30 knots. Flat water...

We had a nice sail from Toulon to Marseille with very light winds in the morning so we had to motor for a while. Then the wind built to 20+ knots...

We had a nice 60 mile passage from La Grande Motte yesterday. We arrived at Port du Frioul, which is at a small island just across from Marseille. Wind was 10...

We finished the handover process after three days of sailing and 2 days of system tests and instruction. Outremer is very thorough when they hand over a boat to a new...