This page features a great collection of shots of Grainger trimarans (and a few cats that have snuck into the frame) taken over the years, mostly on the Australian racing circuit by professional photographers.


Bob Ross, Airlie Beach Race Week 2001. Bob is co-founder of long established Australian Sailing Magazine and a highly respected yachting journalist and photographer. These are some of the best multihull shots ever from the Australian mutlihull racing circuit.

 

 

Ann Clarke, Australian Multihull Nationals Port Lincoln 2014

Ann is a respected professional photographer living on the Eyre Peninsular in south Australia. One of her photographs won the Australian Living competition in 2011 and the image is now featured on a postage stamp available from Australia Post. She was official photographer a the Multihull Nationals in 2014.

You can see her work here; http://imagesbyannclarke.fotomerchant.com

 

 

Julie Geldard, Mad Max, Bay to Bay Race 2014

Julie is a prolific photographer with a wide range of subjects in the her portfolio. She follows the multihull racing scene in Australia quite rigorously. Check out her web site. http://vidpicpro.com

 

 

 

Teri Dods

Geelong based photograher Teri Dodds has long covered Geelong Race Week and other major Victorian events as official photograher. The three photos below are of Bare Essentials racing in the Festival of Sails in Geelong.

You can find her extensive portfolio of marine photography here; http://www.teridodds.com/

 

 

Captain Marty of Asian Yachting fame snapped this great shot of RAW30 in the Neptune Cup in February 2014. Asian Yachting keeps the world informed of what's happening on the Asian yachting circuit. Catch their web site here:http://asianyachting.com

 

 

 

 

 

Karen Otten snapped these shots of the RAW30 undergoing sea trials in Xiamen, China in late 2013.

 

 

 

 

 

Some miscellaneous shots, some with the photographer unknown. If it's your shot, or you know who it is, let us know and we'll be happy to give you a credit.

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