July 7, 2014

First dozen boats almost ready for shipping

Since early spring the mxNext shop in southern New Hampshire has been buzzing with activity as master builder Mark LeBlanc seeks to get the first dozen orders fulfilled.They will soon be loaded into a container and shipped overseas. Read more.

March 3, 2014

Production begins on the mxNext

As with all great new products, there comes a time when you have to decide that more testing and more analysis is less important than going into full production. Such is it with the mxNext. Read more.

Feb 25, 2014

Demo days in Dade County

The SpeedDream team along with mxNext builder Mark LeBlanc and gang of talented young sailors put the original mxNext prototype and the brand new second generation prototype through their paces off Miami last week. Read more.

June 1, 2013

mxNext out in some breeze

Last Sunday gave us a great opportunity to try the mxNext in its true element – a strong breeze. The first trials of our radical new design with its wave-piercing bow and sculpted hiking wings were carried out in relatively light winds and flat water. Read more.

April 26, 2013

Test sailing the mxNext

Marblehead harbor is usually wall to wall boats during the summer months but on this spring day it was empty. A sloppy sea rolled in from the northeast, a reminder of some foul weather that had recently passed through. Read more.

November 28, 2012

Introducing the revolutionary mxNext

Over the last decade the realm of performance skiffs has accelerated from a world where a trapeze and hiking racks were the cutting edge norm, to “flying boats” like the modern day Moth, and the end is not yet in sight. Read more.

August 13, 2014

A container full of boats

Today marks a milestone in the short life of the mxNext. Twelve sparkling boats were packed up and placed on racks in a shipping container bound for Europe. The morning started with a rainbow of colors on the factory floor. Read more.

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