Nills International Offshore 14

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  1. mustafaumu sarac
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    mustafaumu sarac Senior Member

    International Offshore 14 from California , is long lost. I found site drawings at my archive and posting here.

    There was water ballasts at sides up and can be filled for righting the boat.

    Plans were 100 dollars but I think all address , email addresses were outdated. I never got a reply.
     

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  2. Doug Lord
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    Very interesting, thanks!
     
  3. upchurchmr
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    Very good thing you didn't get an answer. Looks like a cartoon from a teenager.
     
  4. fallguy
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    Nils Lucander?

    Seems unlikey.
     

  5. fallguy
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    I think it could be a Lucander drawing. His son lives in Davidson?, NC.

    I don’t believe this drawing was ever more than a concept, but I did see a picnic 17 that had similar drawing style, keel, rudder placements. That could all be more about the period than a specific designer.

    The picnic 17 is a rather nice looking little boat.

    I recommend you try to contact his son who uses the same name, but might be Eric (properly?).
     
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