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  • Class & Modern Mothboats  0
    Mothboats are small, very fast, single-handed racing sailboats. Classic Moth is a cat boat development class with a maximum eleven foot length, 60 inch beam, 72 SqFt sail, 75 lb minimum, and few other restrictions A Moth can be a skiff, pram, scow, skinny tube, dinghy, or any combination thereof. As such the Classic Moth boat and Modern Moth Boat is an ideal class for amateur designers builders and tinkerers, and is easily built from inexpensive materials. Freedom of design sets Moths apart from the Clorox bottle (one-design) crowd. Instead of the design controlling who sail successfully, we design and build boats that fit our size, ability, taste, skills, artistic expression, and pocketbook (Added: 14-Oct-2004 Hits: 3767)  My Links | Rate | Cached | Visit Class & Modern Mothboats
  • Classic Moth Boat Association  5.50
    Classic Moth Boats are a class of small single-handed racing sailboats that originated in the US in 1929. An eleven foot over-all length, a max beam of 60 inches, a minimum hull weight of 75 pounds and very few other restrictions As such the Classic Moth Boat is an ideal class for amateur designers builders and tinkerers." (Added: 10-Mar-2000 Hits: 3934)  My Links | Rate | Cached | Visit Classic Moth Boat Association
  • Javelin Skiff  9.00
    Follow the planning, building and sailing of a number of Javelins - high performance, single trapeze, two handed 25 knot skiffs raced competitively throughout New Zealand and Australia. (Added: 17-Jul-2000 Hits: 3413)  My Links | Rate | Cached | Visit Javelin Skiff
  • Kris's Boat Building Web Site  0
    Building a Stevenson Projects Mini Cup sail boat - The 12' Mini-Cup was designed to be cheap and easy to build, be cartoppable, and still be fast and fun. The hull is a snap to build, and incorporates a lot of timesaving features. Sailing is quick and dependable with a kick-up rudder for easy beaching. (Added: 3-Aug-2002 Hits: 3310)  My Links | Rate | Cached | Visit Kris's Boat Building Web Site

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