G.R.P. Hulls with cast in Ballast, plywood decks with ruled planking, carbon fibre or C/F & aluminium spars & Mylar sails. Detailing includes, coach roof with hatch, handrails, windows or skylight, for deck hatch, & handrails and self-draining cockpit with coamings. All have excellent sailing performance in light to moderate weather and are controllable in 20 knots of wind. Sail & Steering servos are included in price as is two-colour paintwork.
Based on KR Cruiser Circa 1937, long elegant overhangs.L.O.A.: 1095mm L.W.L: 725mm B.O.A: 230mm Draft: 158mm. Approximate Displacement. 4.85kg - ¾ rig. Sail area: 4600 cm². Overall Height on stand: 1600mm
Classic Cruiser with transom hung rudder circa 1945.L.O.A: 785mm. L.W.L: 670mm B.O.A: 235mm. Draft: 145mm. Approximate Displacement: 3.95kg - 85% Rig. Sail Area: 3290 cm² Overall. Height on stand 1330mm.
Classic racing cruiser circa 1952.L.O.A: 895mm.L.W.L: 680mm B.O.A: 230mm Draft: 145mm. Approximate Displacement: 4.4kg ⅞ Rig. Sail Area: 3920 cm² Overall Height on stand 1405mm
Based on R.O.R.C. Ocean Racer circa 1957.L.O.A: 865mmL.W.L. 710mmB.O.A.: 226mmDraft: 158. Approximate Displacement: 4.15kg Masthead Rig. Sail Area: 3750cm². Overall Height on stand: 1450
Prices Ex Works: Stand models with detailing as above.VORAN $735.00 VAMP$715.00VITAL$725.00 VIDAR IV $710.00VALIANT$730.00Basic Sailing Versions without detailing and plain access hatch approx. 85% of above. Ballasted shells with general construction plan and sail plan or boats to various stages of construction P.O.A.Planked racing models to LRYC Inc maxi small boat rule. Maximums are:L.O.A: 1100. Mast Height (allowing 10mm deck chamber): 1400.Max fin projection below hull, incl bulb: 350mm.“Karis X A” & “Joanne X”: $1095.00Note:Very open LRYC Inc rule may be tightened, in future re maximum sail area, minimum beam, displacement and bulb weight, but will allow any smaller boats to compete. E.g. A one metre with reduced mast height and fin projection. (Possible to a reduction formula, although as LRYC Inc racing is to handicaps such a formula is unlikely to eventuate.)