Whitewings III Circumnavigates Tasmania Published in May 29, 2017 Go! The owners of Whitewings III, the Bristol Channel Cutter 28, have just returned from a trip circumnavigating Tasmania and shared the experience with us. “It was a great trip with White Wings 3 performing flawlessly. Travelling South across Bass Strait we faced a strong SW winds of 30-40 knots and a messy sea. As always WW3 took it in her stride and we were warm, safe and dry in the cockpit. I sailed from Launceston to Hobart down the infamous west coast via Macqaurie Harbour and Port Davey double handed, then from Hobart to Batemans Bay via Flinders Island single handed. All in all, a magnificent sail in a beautiful vessel. She was a show stopper in every port with people stopping to ask about her, where she was from, when built. Many thought she was an entrant in the Tasmanian wooden boat festival and didn’t know her hull and deck were GRP. I am convinced there is nothing else like her in Australia, other than the one other BCC, and I truly hope we find a good home for her to a sailor who appreciates both form and function as she truly sails as beautifully as she looks.” Whitewings III is for sale exclusively with YOTI and full details can be found here.