Congratulations to Niklas Zennstrom and his team aboard their Carkeek 40 Mkv, on winning the 2018 One Ton Cup.
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Experienced campaigner Niklas Zennstrom and his mighty team took the 2018 Lendy Cowes Week in emphatic style. In doing so, he secured a fourth successive Fast 40 Series event title, tightening his grip on the overall Series lead. Carkeek designs secured the top three places with Peter Mortons Girls On Film and Bas de Voogds
Congratulations to LLoyd Thornburg and his merry men take line Honors and overall IRC Handicap IRC.
We’re delighted to help Peter Morton and his team win the iconic One Ton Cup. Over the years Morty has won the quarter, half and three quarter ton Cups however the One Ton Cup has remained elusive until now. Congratulations to Morty and the whole team and we look forward to defending the title in
Congratulations to Morty and his team for winning the 2016 Fast 40+ Series. We look forward to working with the team this season and launching GOF 2 in the coming weeks. Stay tuned for more updates on the new boat.
Perfect conditions and another superb performance by Morty and his team aboard the mighty Carkeek C40 Mkii- Girls On Film. They fought hard against the longer Otra Vez to secure an impressive win and extend their overall Series lead with 3 out of 3 wins. They secured 5 1sts and 3 2nd place finishes out
Congrats to Morty and his team on their Carkeek 40 Mkiii Gils on Film for winning Round 2 IRC National Champs They displayed incredible speed and consistency from start to finish with am outstanding performance. We look forward to the Round the Island Race this weekend and seeing the team stretch their legs on this
Peter Mortons Carkeek C 40 Mkii Girls on Film continues to dominate proceedings with a strong opening day winning the 1st race. Currently 3 points ahead of another Carkeek project Tokoloshe in 2nd place overall. The second C 40Mkii, Rebellion faired well in 4th place overall and Otra Vez a Ker boat optimized by us
Carkeek Design Partners featured 2 boats in this year’s edition of the Rolex Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race. Ichi Ban the Carkeek60, skippered by Australian Matt Allen (Class0) and Indian the Carkeek47 under the wing of Craig Gardener (Class1) Recent races had seen smaller to mid size boats between 42-52ft perform best as witnessed by
Steven Murray’s Carkeek 40 Decision holds a four-point edge atop the standings at the mid-point of the Inaugural Islands in the Stream Series, a four-event series organized by SORC. Decision swept the top of the standings for both the Nassau Cup Ocean Race and the Wirth M. Munroe Palm Beach Race. They charged to Victory