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    Default Classical 'glass - Roue 20

    Designed by Bluenose designer William Roue, home-built of C-Flex & plywood, raced locally for many years and was often fleet champ, currently for sale (I have no interest other than appreciation for the hull form):





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    Default Re: Classical 'glass - Roue 20

    20' waterline length?

    Mickey Lake
    'A disciple of the Norse god of aesthetically pleasing boats, Johan Anker'

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    Default Re: Classical 'glass - Roue 20

    The man certainly had an eye for sheer. Very nice!
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    Default Re: Classical 'glass - Roue 20

    Mickey, yes.

    LOA: 31.00' / 9.45m
    LWL: 21.00' / 6.40m
    Beam: 8.00' / 2.44m
    Draft (max.) 4.20' / 1.28m
    Displacement: 4700 lbs./ 2132 kgs
    Rig Type: Fractional Sloop
    Listed SA: 382 ft2 / 35.49 m2
    I(IG): 26.80' / 8.17m
    P: 35.30' / 10.76m
    J: 9.00' / 2.74m
    E: 14.80' / 4.51m
    SA(Fore.): 120.60 ft2 / 11.20 m2
    SA(Main): 261.22 ft2 / 24.27 m2
    Est. Forestay Length.: 28.27' / 8.62m
    Sail Area/Disp.2: 21.84
    Disp./Len.: 226.56
    First Built: 1922
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