The Wētā is one of the few classes where you can sail single handed with main, jib and gennaker. The Wētā is unique in the way that it can be sailed in this format by any sailor with basic skills.
The reasons that the Wētā is easier to handle are:
Simple sail controls
Self tacking jib
We now have a simple twin tiller kit to make your sailing experience even easier especially when combined with the Self Tacking Jib Kit.
With twin tillers you no longer have to worry about releasing the tiller extension and throwing it over onto the other tramp as you tack and gybe. When tacking you just; push the tiller to go through the tack, release it and swap sides keeping focused on your heading. The rudder will naturally go back to its fore/aft central position ready to start on the new tack. You just need to reach back knowing that the other tiller extension will be in position for adjustment on the new tack
This system allows you more time to be observant of your heading and other boats around you.
You will find with the combination of the self tacker and twin tillers the less agile sailors will get a new lease of life, gain confidence and will become timeless champions.
The twin tiller kit includes:
- 2 x piece tiller extension with universal joint (two piece makes freight possible now!)
- 2 x stainless steel rings
- 2m x 3mm shock cord
- 1 x Round tiller adapter
- 2 x 50mm x 4mm bolts and nuts
- 2 x Round stoppers
- New tiller end plug
TWO TILLER EXTENSION BASES BOLTED TOGETHER WITH TWO 50MM X 4MM BOLTS
END OF BUNGY TIED TO GENNAKER RATCHET BLOCK. BUNGY GOES UNDER TRAMP
TWIN TILLER OVERVIEW
3MM BUNGY TIED TO STAINLESS RING USING PLASTIC BALL ON END OF BUNGY
HIGH QUALITY CARBON TWO PIECE TILLER
A SIMPLE DAB OF EPOXY GLUE ON SPIG TO MAKE A PRECISION JOIN