British Weta Class Association
Forum (international) (Requires Yahoo sign up)
Communication with the Membership: There is as yet no UK forum. Notices may be circulated to the membership by emailing the Chairman/Sec/POC who will forward the notice via e-mail to the association’s Group Address List. To be placed on this list e-mail the Chairman (above). The international forum is a true ‘Weta village’ - all Weta owners including newbies are welcomed enthusiastically.
Contacts. Chairman/Secretary/POC: George Morris, email@example.com
tel 01309 690898 (Forres, near Inverness)
Spares and sales: Pete Cailes 01425 618195 (Southampton)
Welcome to the Weta Class Association Website
The Weta is a 14ft ‘dinghy’ trimaran suitable for use by one to three people. It can be sailed as a single-handed racing dinghy with skiff-like performance, as a general purpose recreational boat with cruising potential, as a training boat and as a boat suitable, with the addition of a special seat, for disabled sailing. Unlike most catamarans it sails more or less level, not on one hull. It was designed in New Zealand and is named after the Wetapunga - a native of New Zealand and reputedly the world’s largest insect. They do not bite and are regarded with affection in that country. The pondskater-like appearance of the boat may have influenced the choice of name.