What is this 11' sailboat with fox head on sail

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  1. jwied1999
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    I'm trying to figure out what I bought. I was originally told it was a 11' Rhodes Robin. But no Robin on sail, no deck-stepped mast, and no deck.

    About 11' long fiberglass, centerboard, see photos. Any ideas?

    It may of been in the Medina, WA park department fleet at 1 time. May have been called "KNOTT" and sailed by the Medina, Washington Parks Department, (home area of Bill Gates).

    Any thoughts? Thanks
     

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  2. Tad
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    Tad Boat Designer

    It might be a Vixen......Built and sold by Ray Greene & Company of Toledo Ohio and used mostly on the Great Lakes.....supposed to 380 built......10' LOA, 4'6" beam, sail area 80 sq. ft......weight 285 pounds......
     
  3. jwied1999
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    Thanks for the reply, does thant boat vixen look like this?
     
  4. Doug Lord
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    This has a lot of insignias but I didn't see yours-might have missed though-take a look:
     

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  5. jwied1999
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    I do not see it ether. Thanks for the help.
     

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