Links and contacts:
The Weta dealership is in a state of flux at the moment; try Pete Cailes 01425 618195 for new boats, secondhand boats and spares. See also SALES AND WANTS.
Of the links below, the Wetamarine website is the manufacturer’s website and wetauk.co.uk is the UK section of the manufacturer’s website. It seems to lead to the same site as the previous link
The website you are looking at, wetaclassuk.co.uk, is the class association website. There is an element of overlap between the three. You could always email firstname.lastname@example.org if you want something
Communication with the Membership: There is 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 Yahoo forum has been replaced with a different host. Email Weta-Trimaransemail@example.com to join. Wetamarine NZ posts newsletters on their website from time to time. Their website is in any case much improved and will give anyone seeking a Wetafix something to watch or think about during their breakfast websurf
Chairman/Secretary/POC: George Morris, firstname.lastname@example.org
tel 01309 690898 (Forres, near Inverness)
Spares and sales: Pete Cailes 01425 618195
Welcome to the British Weta Class Association Website
As you will have worked out by now we have changed our domain name. The new name - wetaclassuk.co.uk sort of mirrors the name of the French site wetaclassefrance. This is the site produced by the UK class association (the British Weta Class Association to give it its full title) and should not be confused with the UK section of the Wetamarine website which is under the control of the manufacturers.
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 characteristics, as a general purpose recreational boat with cruising potential, as a training boat and as a boat suitable, sometimes with the addition of a special seat, for disabled sailing. Unlike most catamarans it sails more or less level, rather than 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.
The British Weta Class Association