You all remember the story of the Irène, a Trintella Ia, which had been neglected for many years in her home port of Colijnshaven. We have reported on this on many occasions in our Club Magazine, especially on our efforts to track down the owner and get in touch with them to ask them to take better care of the ship. After some time we managed to get in touch with the owners – Alain and Muriël – last March. We, Willem de Graaf, Peter van der Waa and your series coordinator Loet Geldhoff , and the owners, met on the Irène.

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All members can be found in the Vriendenboek, together with – where relevant – the names of their partners and boats. It is also possible for members to upload pictures of yourself, your partner and your boat. That makes using Vriendenboek even more effective and attractive.
To stimulate using Vriendenboek, we made it even more attractive!

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As succeeder of the old clubmagaziune and together with the digital newsletter a new glossy is now issued.  It is for the members as well as for  relations in the yachtmarket.  The first edition is published this month.   Read here the Dutch version. The five articles  marked on top with an English and German flag are translated.  You can read the English Translation  here.

The Fall Reunion on Saturday November 17th will be turned into a proper anniversary party. We want to have the party in Den Bosch, for as many members as possible. The programme is getting pretty solid, but we won’t spoil too much.

What we can and will say, is that the location is nearly the native soil of the ships. The programme has a clear nautical theme that will be combined with the pleasures of the great city.

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The 49e Springmeeting was  this year in the Bataviahaven in Lelystad. For this Ascension Day weekend from 25 until 28 may many members had announced themself.  24 member arrived with their boat  and  about 75 member shared diner. 

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The TFA has a new project in addition to our normal activities, the objective being to increase the support to Trintel and Trintella owners when it comes to the maintenance and upkeep of their boat. The need for good maintenance is evident.

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A few months ago we received following mail from Mr. Wolfgang Willutzki: I'm the owner of a Trintella Ia from1969 with a fiberglas hull, teak deck and mahogany superstructure. The ship was bought in Holland in 2008 and has since been fully refurbished. Not only has she been restored where needed, she is now also fitted with today's technology.

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