April 09, 2009

How to Assemble and Rig a Magnum 21

Here is a video showing how easy it is to put a Magnum 21 trimaran together. It only covers the standing rigging. Assembly & Rigging Instructional Videos

Posted by Stephen Walker at 10:12 AM

June 08, 2008

North Wales Boat Show - Magnums

I shall be showing both the Magnum 21 and the NEW Magnum 18 trimarans at the North Wales Boat Show on Friday 25th July to Sunday 27th July 2008 - Vaynol Estate A55/A487.


Posted by Stephen Walker at 09:08 PM

December 02, 2005

Paris Boat Show

Having replaced my lost passport today within 5 hours (pretty good service) I'm off tomorrow to Paris to see what developments VirusBoats are announcing at the show. I believe there are some modifications to the Magnum 21 range for 2006. I'll be back in the office on Wednesday and will post news here when I return.

Meantime I am still contactable on my mobile 07985 043 981.

Posted by Stephen Walker at 11:28 PM

May 26, 2004

Away in France

I'm away at VirusBoats in France from 27th May to 2nd June. I'll be working. Hope you enjoy your bank holiday weekend everybody.

Posted by Stephen Walker at 02:37 PM

March 27, 2004

Off to coach rowing in Bordeaux

I am off to Bordeaux on Monday 29th March for a week coaching Manchester University rowing in the sunshine. I will have my mobile phone with me (07 985 043 981) but I will not have my computer. So please bear with me if I am unable to deal with your enquiry as efficiently as normal.

The web site enables you to order boats on-line if you wish and you can pay by debit card. This will get any boat you order on the order books at the factory and into the queue. Don't wait for my return if you wish to buy now. The sooner you order the sooner you get your boat.

Posted by Stephen Walker at 04:48 PM

March 08, 2004

trimarans and rowing boats

Announcing new Ahoy-Boats web site multihull sailing & rowing boats for sale - from VIRUSBOATS to draw together all the VirusBoats that Ahoy-Boats sells into one place and provide a site for weblogs on rowing and sailing.

Posted by Stephen Walker at 07:20 PM