NEWS ON SEACART 30 2006, PART 1
Week: 38 - 2006

A first eye on the new batch of five SeaCart 30 ready for action in a weeks time! Includes a specification of upgraded parts.
Photo: OLM
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NEWS ON SEACART 30 2006, PART 2
Week: 38 - 2006

More pictures of the upgraded five. New escape hatch recess, Mew main hatch, New seamless cockpit joint...
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NEW MAST JOINT, PART 3
Week: 38 - 2006

The SeaCart 30 now joins the VX40 club in the mast dividing division. The system is well known and works well. Perfect for you who not living in Europé or for you planning to bring your boat to warmer countries in a cost effective way; In a 40 foot container.
Photo: OLM
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NEW UPGRADED POWER SYSTEM, PART 4
Week: 38 - 2006

Inside the new boats the battery and electrical system have been upgraded. Check it out and you see why carbon is the only known material at the factory!
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“PIMP MY RIDE” – MY SEACART 30!
Week: 12 - 2006

The first pimped SeaCart 30 was on display at the international boat fair in Stockholm. This is an example to invite the viewer to rethink yacht interior and get inspired. This race machine is also a “Weekend Love Cruiser” according to project manager Calle Hennix and here you see Wildas interpretation of the removable WLC. She loves the black contrast in carbon to the earth coloured pieces. And the visitors reaction to this? – This is fun, – Great! – Like home – It´s a blast! Photo: OLM
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THE SECOND SWEDISH BOATSHOW
Week: 10 - 2006

The first “Pimped SeaCart 30” was the theme. Team Synsam is on display (this is the former AUDI boat from the last boat show). The repaint job “sticker job” was done in only two days. This was the most visited sailboat stand at the show and you can see why on the pictures. Thanks all of you making it possible! Pimped pictures in the section above. Photo: OLM
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THE FIRST SWEDISH BOATSHOW
Week: 05 - 2006

Team Audi´s boat is exposed at the main entrance at the Gothenburg Boat Show. In one month time the Stockholm International Boat Fair opens the doors. This will be the premiere for the first Pimped SeaCart 30 in history. This is solely a flirt with all those weekend love cruisers out there.
Photo: Calle Hennix
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THE UK CLASH CONTINUES
Week: 03 - 2006

Paul Larsen and Helena Darvelid takes Discovery Channel for a sail and later they bring out the (now) famous Cowboy! Check out the movie in the Sailing & Movies section!
Photo: The UK SeaCart 30 Team
NEW ROUND GOTLAND RECORD
Week: 49 - 2005
The Swedish SeaCart 30, Audi started the 1 December 00:45 in minus 5 degrees and completed the course in 35h58m, a new 30 foot record. This is a true challenge and will end up as a new Nordic screaming 50th race in the future. The Round Gotland Midwinter Raid is the project name at the moment. Swedes, have a look at the article in the News Section.
Photo: Anders Lewander and Crew.
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SEACART FINISH FIRST IN UK
Week: 48

Paul Larsen's Seacart 30 wins RSYC Charity Pursuit Race.
Photo: Jeremy Evans / Yacht & Yachting
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SEACART FINISH FIRST IN UK
Week: 47

Paul Larsen and Helena Darvelid's Seacart 30 tri wins RSYC Winter Series Race 8. End up second total.
Photo: James Boyd / www.thedailysail.com
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SPEEDRACE AT NACKA STRAND
Week: 46

The SeaCart 30 Avanza checked in as third best time at 22 sec. First and second time, both on 18 sec mark was achieved by the ORMA 60, HIQ.
Photo: Malcolm Hanes
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REPORT FROM UK
Week: 45

Here a photo report from the UK camp. The boat is right now in the Southampton area. Contact OLM, Helena or Paul if you are interested in a testsailing session. Pictures of the SeaCart 30 on one ama, reefed jib...
Photo: Helena Darvelid
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WEYMOUTH SPEED WEEK
Week: 44

Finally in U.K. the SeaCart participated in the Weymouth Speed Week. We had a fun time and scored some good results. 500 metre is a long way to proceed high speed in gusty winds. Results displayed in the big picture.
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REPORT FROM FRANCE
Week: 43

Patrice Vivient grind on the pressure for future SeaCart speed records. You have to beat 27,4 knots! Check out the La Trinite Sur Mere collage here.
Photo: www.voilesnews.fr
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MALMO AC FAVORITE
Week: 42

Olympic sailing star Hans Wallen was captured here steering the SeaCart 30 Avanza in 20 knots of brisk breeze. Check out this nice series of pictures.
Photo: Stefan Ljunstedt, www.seglingsbilder.se
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HERE WE GO AGAIN
Week: 41

Intensive test sailing sessions in 16-22 knots breeze.
Photo: Oskar Kihlborg
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LA TRINITE SUR MERE
Week: 40

Patrice Vivient managing the French SeaCart 30 test sessions in one of the best areas in western France. Contact OLM for more information.
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HERE WE GO AGAIN
Week: 39

Intensive test sailing sessions in 16-22 knots breeze.
Photo: Peter Eriksson
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SLICK GUYS IN RACE MODE
Week: 38

This is fun, fun, fun and so awarding – Let´s go for a ride everyday?
Photo: Odd Lindqvist
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PUSHING DOWNWIND IN WAVES
Week: 37

The SeaCart 30 behave real nice in waves. Check out this extra ordinary suit of pictures.
Photo: Odd Lindqvist
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19.2 KNOTS UNDER REEF, CODE 0
Week: 36

Malmö sailing is one of the best sailing arenas in Sweden. Especially during the Americas Cup act 6-7 week.
Photo: Peter Eriksson
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24 KNOTS BEHIND POWERBOAT
Week: 35

SWE 4 going for a fast delivery behind a Nimbus daycruiser.
Photo: Magnus Grävare
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TRAILER MODE
Week: 34

SWE 4 in Norway after a 550 km drive from Sweden.
One week later SWE 2 and 3 also was transported to the west coast (east to west) of Sweden by the same trailer. It works perfectly well. It takes one man 8 hours to pack the boat and reassembly goes a bit faster.
Photo: Sven Lagerberg
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PUSHING UNDER CODE 0
Week: 33

SWE 1 during tests in Västervik.
Photo: Gustav@uppsala.com
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SIDEWINDER MODE
Week: 32

Fast as a bullet – nice show off guys!
Photo: Gustav@uppsala.se
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AVANZA IN THE GR START.
Week: 31

Oskar Kihlborg (V.O.R. official photographer) got this light wind shot at the Avanza team after the Round Gotland Race start. Your company logo on a SeaCart would be a nice and fast package!
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CLOSE TO NO WIND
Week: 30

Motrichia fights Avanza during the Round Gotland Race on the way to Almagrundet (first checkpoint). Photo: Oskar Kihlborg
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SMALL IS FAST…
Week: 29

...at least in very light wind conditions. Here a picture at the actual Round Gotland Race start. Photo: Oskar Kihlborg.
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READY FOR SHIPPING!
Week: 28

This blue beauty is just waiting for someone to bring her to her right environment. Seriously, what on earth can stop you?
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ROUND GOTLAND RACE
Week: 27

Light wind condition. Photo: Hans Johansson on the VO 60 Ericsson.
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SWE 4 LEAVE VÄSTERVIK
Week: 26

SWE 4, Gillas, heading for Round Gotland Race preparations. The 432 NM long race is sailed under ISAF regulation Class 3 with life raft.
TEST SAILING
Week: 25

We have run test sailing sessions and guests enjoy both the SeaCart and the 30.000 island environment. It´s a beauty – You are more than welcome!
SANDHAMN OPEN
Week: 24

The latest big dash for the three SeaCart 30 in the Stockholm area became another victory for the mean black Morticia helmed by VOR and Oops Cup veteran Magnus Woxen. Photo: Håkan Lindström.
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NEW MULTIHULL SAILOR
Week: 23

Translating from mono to multihull is easy on a the SeaCart 30. Within minutes the boats prove it´s ability for a tactical mind – She is so nice lining up on the starting line and she tacks like a monohull. Photo: Bobbie Westerberg.
CHARTER SAILING
Week: 22

Up to five persons is OK during a charter-sailing. A crew of one, in light wind, or two for fast races is perfect. The boat is very easy to understand and adapt to. She is really fast and fun to sail says all the top management groups who has chartered a SeaCart 30 until this date. Photo: Niklas Ribbing.
TWO BOAT TESTING
Week: 21

In light conditions on open sea. Upwind, reaching and downwind. Photo: Bobbie Westerberg.
OPEN SEA TRIALS
Week: 20

Outside Sandhamn again to do more sea trials. Here doing 11,5 knots upwind in 15–18 knots of wind. Photo: Andreas Nordin.
ROUND LIDINGÖ RACE
Week: 19

In shifty light wind conditions the three SeaCart 30 manage to finish before all trimarans except a light weight 35 footer who came in second. First to finish was the mean black SeaCart 30, SWE 2. Photo: Börje Svensson XL-Studio.
PUMPING WAVES
Week: 18

Open sea trials outside Sandhamn (Almagundet Lighthouse). Highest speed: 19,2 knots. Wind: Shifting 15-18 knots.
PUSHING…
Week: 17

Happy designer Marc Lombard pushing the limits on a fast reach.
THE DAY OF TRUTH
Week: 16

This is the way the SeaCart is pulled out from the shed. She is so light!
JOB DONE
Week: 15

Calle Hennix and Göran Marström in front of the almost finished first SeaCart 30. The second boat is right now in the paint box, it will be a very black contender!
WATER STAYS
Week: 14

Engineer Kåre Jung at the front water stay position.
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BOW SPRIT
Week: 13

The bow sprit is made for easy removal in close harbour or in trailer situations. One bolt in the inner end tighten the lines and opposite. When its loose there is only one sprint holding you back from removing the bow sprit.
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BEAM TEST
Week: 12

Check out the test!
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TRAILERING MODE
Week: 11

She is so light!
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FIRST SEACART 30
Week: 10

700 kg mean machine.
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BOWSPRIT HOLES
Week: 09

The preparing for go sailing continues in the shed. This is a small step for mankind but a huge mentally leap in the building process.
PONTON POWER
Week: 08

The ama storage at Marstrom Composites. Six in stock at the moment.
FIRST DAGGERBOARD
Week: 07

Strong as few, moulded in autoclave in 7 bars preassure. Bang it with a hammer and the feeling is like hitting a stone, except for the
sound.
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PONTOONS IN PROGRESS
Week: 07

Two is almost done and on the way to the assembly stations.
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RIGS READY FOR DELIVERY
Week: 06

Ten rigs waiting for action. Get me out there - I want to pound some waves!
THE ”LYING ON THE NET VIEW”
Week: 05

The outtakes marks the way down and where the cockpit will be.
INSIDE MAINHULL
Week: 04

Bulkhead templates in production.
MAINHULL NO. 1 AND 2.
Week: 03

Aggressive, mean and progressive is some of the comments on those hulls. Check it out for your self.
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THE PARTY GOES ON.
Week: 02

The first mainhull is out from the box, Part 2.
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CHAMPAGNE DAY!
Week: 01

The first mainhull is out from the box!
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LAMINATION COMPLETES
Week: 53

The first mainhull prepares for the autoclave. Vacumbags and pipes.
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LAMINATION START
Week: 52

The first mainhull in progress.
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TESTSAILING
Week: 51

On the Formula 28, XOZ. Downwind under gennacker. Upwind tests; one reef and two reef. A nice day at work :-)
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CENTERBOARD MOULD
Week: 50

Centerboard mould ready. Production will start asap.
MAINHULL MOULD READY
Week: 49

Mainhull mould and ama plug at the Marstrom site.
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SEACART 30 SAILCHECK
Week: 48

Sailing in minus 8 degrees and lots of snow. Yes, we are crazy Vikings :-)
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MOULDS FOR BEAMS
Week: 47

First gelcoat (red). Then carbon on top.
SEACART 30 MAST ON XOZ
Week: 47

Mast and sailcheck in a snowy Stockholm.
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10 MASTS
Week: 46

Here in the paint and finishing station.
MOULD WORK
Week: 45

Mainhull mould work in progress.
PAINTED MAINHULL
Week: 44

Mould work is to begin.
AMA PLUG
Week: 43

A sanded piece of mainhull in the background.
MAINHULL
Week: 42

Laminating the plug for the main hull
PLUG
Week: 41

The plug for the SC30 is built inhouse in order to keep a tight schedule on track. Carbon is used as the finishing layer in order to make the plug stiff.
FINISH STATION
Week: 40

Finishing a SeaCart 30 bowsprit. In the background: steering wheels manufactured in one piece using a system of internal vacuum bags
MARSTROM AUTOCLAVES
Week: 39

The left one 2,5 x 12,7 meters is used for the hulls, up to 5 bars preassure. With the move to the new factory Marstrom spars aquires one of the longer autoclaves in the business (the right one). In addition to build 35 meter long masts and to increase the pressure up to 9 bar which is 2 - 3 times that of our competition