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Double-handed sailing dinghy 29er
skiffregattasingle-trapeze

double-handed sailing dinghy
double-handed sailing dinghy
double-handed sailing dinghy
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Characteristics

Crew
double-handed
Type
skiff
Use
regatta
Trapeze
single-trapeze
Sailing dinghy class
29er
Other characteristics
asymmetric spinnaker
Length

4.45 m (14'07")

Description

The 29er is a true high performance skiff - a two man, single trapeze, asymmetric spinnaker boat. 29ers are built on five continents, to exceedingly strict one design standards, and under strict control of the International Sailing Federation (ISAF). This assures that the boats provide sailing ability as the performance criterium. The boats are rugged, well equipped and fully competitive straight out of the box. Failures are rare, sails are durable, and the expense of running the boat is modest. There is no one design boat currently available which can touch this kind of performance. The 29er was designed by Australian skiff legend Julian Bethwaite, with a team of internationally recognized dinghy sailors. Julian re-wrote the design book for the Sydney Harbour 18 ft. skiffs (the "Aussie 18's"), while picking up three world titles. He then designed the Olympic 49er followed by the very successful 29er. Constructed from hi-tech composite foam sandwich, the hull is ultra-lightweight with a self-draining cockpit. The rig is pure skiff, fully battened Mylar sails with a self-tacking jib, supported on a composite-tipped mast that gives the ultimate in gust response and acceleration. Add on an asymmetric spinnaker and you'll discover the 29er is pure dynamite downwind. Other design features include a mainsail cuff to increase sail efficiency, a ram vang, safety foot/grab rails and an enclosed transom.
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