TP52 5˚ West Completes Refit

Press Release
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Photo: Endeavour Quay

Endeavour Quay, the Gosport specialist boat yard, has become the home to the newly refitted TP52 5˚ West.

The former TeamOrigin yacht has undergone a service and refit period led by Boat Captain Simon Clarke with her mast down and keel off in the undercover shed at Endeavour Quay. Now back on the water ready to campaign, 5˚ West’s Gosport based team will dry sail the TP52 out of Endeavour Quay for the season.

Last week saw the new look vessel out training in the Solent in some extreme conditions including 50 knot winds ahead of this weekend’s Easter Regatta.

Endeavour Quay in Portsmouth Harbour is less than 500m from the Solent and offers all the services and amenities required by race crews:

•    Open Yard Policy
•    180 tonne travel lift
•    Mast crane
•    Storage ashore
•    Undercover storage up to 40m
•    Deep water
•    No air-draft restriction
•    Excellent transport links
•    Local marine service providers
•    Local provisioning stores
•    Local restaurants and bars
•    Local accommodation

www.endeavourquay.co.uk

 

  • Photo: Endeavour Quay

    Photo: Endeavour Quay

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