Sea-fleas on open water
The sea-fleas get the chance to open up on the water.
Air in a minimost
Kristian Luksep gets some air in his eight-foot Minimost.
A noisy C-class flea
Relaxing day of fleas
Ross Jewiss, a principal from Huntsville, floats around taking in the day's events.
Aiden Rose-Taylor in what Chris Taylor calls a "Micromax", which is his name for this modified Minimax. He altered the original design by shrinking it in proportion, so now it's 3x6 feet.
Chris Taylor trying to start his Minimax, Fritti IV. The name Fritti comes from a children's anthology of cat stories, which features the character Fritti Tailchaser (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tailchaser%27s_Song). The first Fritti was actually a car Taylor had, and the name has carried on from there.
Merury Mark 30
A relaxing day for all. The engine shown here is a Mercury Mark 30, which was the de facto racing motor of its time, and even now is highly sought after.
A young sea-fleaer
A love of sea-fleas starts young
Bill and Richard Shorney's boat trailer with two antique classic hydros. The one on the bottom has been stripped to the ribs (or stringers).
A first flea
Chris Taylor in his first sea-flea, built in 1971. He had it for about four years and repainted it every year, just for fun. His mom didn't like the year he painted it purple. No one liked it the year he painted it black.