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    Default Class designations in (older) German boats ?

    From observations I know that:

    X class were the 30 sq m boats.
    Y class were the 22 sq m.

    These might be an older class structure, say from the 1920-1940s for example, and are probably not used anymore.

    I went looking for a guide to these two, and their origins, as well as to other (class) letters. But I failed.
    If anyone would provide a pointer I would be grateful.

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    Post Re: Class designations in (older) German boats ?

    Xkdroit this is a rather complex question because the Germans have an enormous amount of different old classes.
    I'm not an expert in that field but the German Freundenkreis klassischen yachten (friendshipgroup of classic yachts) has a very good website with a lot of information.
    The language might probably cause some problems, but if you start at this page; https://www.fky.org/yachten+segler/klassen.htm , you'll probably find what you need.
    Or contact them directly via info@fky.org
    Good luck, call when you need some extra help
    Last edited by dutchpp; 09-16-2020 at 03:35 PM.

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    Default Re: Class designations in (older) German boats ?

    Danke Shoen !

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