15 foot cabine daysailer

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  1. Cacker
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  2. mselle
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    She looks beautiful to me. If she sails nice it could be en easy entry in sailing activities for a lot of people.

    Congratulation.
     
  3. Doug Lord
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  4. Cacker
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    Thanks!

    Speed was 5-6 knots in 10 knots of wind without any spinnaker, only main and jib. Very sensitive and easy to handle.

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  6. Cacker
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    With gennaker. Unfortunately low wind.
     

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    Nice!
     
  8. Cacker
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    With microclass boats. :D
     

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    Very nice Cacker,

    Are you building her? Where?

    sal
     
  10. MoeJoe
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    Very Cool! I want one! :)
     
  11. Cacker
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    No. I`m just design her. The builder is russian shipyard "Spray".
     
  12. salglesser
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    Thanx Cacker.

    We make a 17 footer in Colorado (Sage Marine.com) and we working on the plug for a 15 footer. I appreciate the opportunity to share thought with other pocket cruiser makers. Your pictures and info are an inspiration to the futre of pocket cruisers.

    Doug Lord's 18 footer was a nice boat. Too bad it's no longer around.

    My Russian is no good. What do you call your boat? How much ballast?

    sal
     
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  13. Cacker
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    Hi sal!

    Name is "Kirill". Ballast - 60 kg.
     
  14. khacviet_kiva
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    hi. she is very beautiful. it buil her easy, i think so, what is dimension masts? what's dimention draft?
     

  15. Cacker
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    Mast -6 m long, draft -1 m.
     
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