Wylie Wabbits are demanding boats. They are
long and narrow and light, and the crew is ex-pected to hang on a trapeze wire just to keep the boat
on its feet. The thrill of sailing one of these high speed 24-footers is highly contagious.
Mark Harpainter's Wabbit, Tulewemia,
named for a disease that afflicts only rabbits (sic), has shown a healthy propensity for winning races,
placing first in the 4-race Berkeley-MYCO Midwin-ters and tying for first in this spring's SBRA season
Mark's prescription for a successful series
was a well-prepared boat, a consistent and talented crew - and a new Pineapple spinnaker to compliment
the two-year-old Pineapple main and class jib.
Give yourself the full Pineapple treatment:
excellent sails and unfalling service.