Page 62Planers & SandersStandard accessories: 2 blades, wrench, guide, blade setting gauge, dust bag, dust bag adapter, vacuum adapter, carrying case with accessory tray.Standard Accessories: sanding paper,Standard Accessories: sanding pad, dust bag, carrying case dust bag, punch plateStandard Accessories: wrench, 2 TCT blades, guideStandard Accessories: wrench, 2 blades, blade setting guide, guideP20SEKITPlaner KitSV12SGOrbital SanderSV13YARandom Orbit SanderP20SA2PlanerP20SBPlanerƒ Adjustable cut depthƒ Cutter block accepts both TCT and HSS blades (TCT as standard)ƒ Supplied with vacuum adapter and dust bag & adapterƒ Moulded case with acces-sory trayƒ High dust extraction rate of 70%ƒ Contoured body and soft grip for greater operator comfort and ease of useƒ Low vibration designƒ Punch plate included as standardƒ Optional bases available for hook & loop and adhesiveƒ Best sanding performance in its classƒ Large soft grip handle for greater control and comfortƒ Pad control system maintains sanding pad at a controlled speed and minimises gouging on startupƒ Includes carrying caseƒ Variable speed with constant speed controlƒ Powerful 720W motorƒ 25mm rebate facilityƒ Maximum cut depth 3mmƒ Cut width 82mmƒ Easily replaced dual edged TCT bladesƒ Optional HSS bladesƒ Optional dust collection bagƒ Adjustable cut depthƒ Compact & lightweightƒ High no-load speed for a smooth finishƒ Double insulatedPower input 230V/110V 570W/460WNo-load speed 15000/minCutting width 82mmMaximum cut depth 1mmOverall length 296mmWeight 2.5kgPad Size 110 x 100mmPower Input 200WOrbit Diameter 1.5mmNo-Load Speed - Spindle 14000/minOverall Height 137mmWeight 1.1kgPad Diameter 125mmPower Input 230WOrbit Diameter 3.2mmNo-Load Speed - Spindle 7000-12000/minOverall Height 145mmWeight 1.4kgCutting Width 82mmMax Cutting Depth 3mmRebate 25mmPower Input 720WNo-Load Speed 14000/minOverall Length 300mmWeight 3.0kgCutting Width 82mmMax Cutting Depth 1mmPower Input 570WNo-Load Speed 15000/minOverall Length 296mmWeight 2.5kgAUTUMN 2011I sea&iI97roundupClockwise, from top left:Superyacht Cup 2011;Maltese Falcon; theMillennium Cup; LoroPiana Superyacht Regattasuperyacht owners, their guests and crew members descendedupon the island for three days of racing. St Barth's is not the onlyhost of Bucket regattas; the sister regatta, the Newport Bucket,takes place annually in August in Newport, Rhode Island. Fun isthe main item on the agenda and organisers are keen to stressthat this will always remain the key focus. www.bucketregattas.comLes Voiles de St BarthLes Voiles de St Barth is also hosted from the idyllic island ofSt Barth's, and planning for the third edition - due to take placeon 2 to 7 April, 2012 - is well under way. The 2011 event sawfour days of racing, with 48 yachts participating across fiveclasses. Notable participants in the 2011 event includedRambler, Sojana and Highland Breeze. Organisers are confidentthat the enjoyment of those who attended the 2011 event willguarantee similar success for next year's regatta. www.lesvoilesdesaintbarth.comPanerai classic yachts challenge Antigua Classic Week is the first in a series of regattas that formthe Panerai Classic Yacht Challenge. The regattas, which takeplace from mid April through to the end of September, takeplace on both sides of the Atlantic, from the Caribbean to theMediterranean, the waters of the Solent (UK) and those of NewEngland on the East Coast of the United States of America.TheChallenge is the leading international regatta circuit reservedfor classic and vintage yachts, and more than 500 classic sail-boats are involved. www.panerai.comLoro Piana Superyacht Regatta First held in 2008, the Loro Piano Superyacht Regatta, hostedby Boat International Media Group in collaboration with theYacht Club Costa Smeralda and Loro Piana, opens theMediterranean racing season. Hosted in Porto Cervo, Sardinia,the event follows a semi-pursuit format, with yachts?
98Isea&iIAUTUMN 2011departing at three-minute intervals. Unlike the Bucket andSuperyacht Cup events, handicaps are added after racing iscomplete. Five races over five days combine with a busy apr's-race social schedule. www.loropianasuperyachtregatta.comSuperyacht CupThe Superyacht Cup team, part of The Informa Yacht Group,organises a series of regattas around the world for yachts of26 metres (85 feet) and above. The fun regattas are racedacross two categories. Destinations for the event haveincluded Palma de Mallorca and Antigua. Next year will seeSuperyacht Cup regattas in Palma on 20 to 23 June, and inCowes, Isle of Wight, on 22 to 25 July. www.thesuperyachtcup.comMillennium CupFirst held in 2000 (as one might guess from the name), theMillennium Cup, held off Auckland, New Zealand, is now anannual fixture and its organisers intend to make this the pre-Regattas are the ultimate way to enjoy a sailing yacht - racing against other like-minded owners in some of the most inspiring surroundings in the worldPhotography: Informa/Superyacht Cup; Superyacht Media; Nick Bailey/Pendennis