Lazy E info

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Nessa
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Re: Lazy E info

Post by Nessa » Sun Jun 14, 2009 11:19 pm

You are very welcome AG! The pic comes from my Percy Blandford 'Sailing Dinghies of the World'. Clearly I shall now have to examine the other photos to see if you feature in any of them!
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Re: Lazy E info

Post by Nuthatchcottage » Wed Mar 08, 2017 9:45 pm

We had several of these at Norman's Bay Sailing School in the 70s. I think but maybe fuzzy on exact details that we had 50, 51, 52, 200 and maybe 206 and made for interesting competition . There may well have been more. Most had false decks for buoyancy and drained quickly but they could also be open like the Enterprise. They were great fun to sail and a good introduction to spinnaker work and trapezing.

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