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  1. Almost certain that it is the CHEETAH that he is referring to. Native to, and built in Stone Harbor, NJ. Very rare. I doubt that many or any still exist.
  2. http://sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=6723 Maybe it's not what you were thing of but but I remember these from when I was 12 years old.
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    Jeanneau Sunfast 3600

    Nice. Close up of the jib setup if you get a chance. rb
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    Gary W Mull

    There is a Ranger 26 (1980) with a fractional rig, dagger/lifting keel, which is extremely rare. (Never even seen a photo of one other than the original brochure which someone sent me.) http://sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=248
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    Mocking Ads on Craigslist

    This was actually a Finot design. (Yamaha 29?).
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    Dick Carter design boats

    I was born and raised 45 metres from the yard. Yup know the Standfasts very well but since this is a DC thread will try to keep it short. Peter Vroon/Frans Maas campaigned the (orange) flush deck Standfast 40 in RORC & AC. The nicest Standfast by far IMO was the short cabin top 43 footer of which only 3 were built. Nymphea (blue), Windspiel (red) & Standfast (orange). Windspiel was built for a German owner, Nymphea for the owner my dad bought the Tina off and dad nearly ended up buying that one too. Windspiel became Aquis Granus (still around I think) but the Orange 43 ft Standfast was sold to Ireland where it had a long and successful racing career. Nymphea disappeared into Holland somewhere. I'll get in touch with Frans soon to invite him on here to share his memories re DC . (that is if he wants to, this is SA after all and apart from this thread I can imagine that plenty of people would rather stay away) Yes, but this thread, at least, is SA at it's best! Maybe there should be a separate Frans Mass thread? In any case my guess is that there are others, (besides myself) who have an interest in this topic who will be following.
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    Dick Carter design boats

    Standfast 40 is cute, would you be able to get any plan or drawings of this lovely boat ? Please mail back to personal link Chorus This is from a brochure someone sent me. http://sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=2650 I may have a higher res version if that helps. I'll have to look. rb
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    Uglyboat Admiration Society Hang Out

    I don't know. If it's the fastest Class 40 EVER, I could get used to it. I assume that's the leeward rudder sticking out the back.... The rules allow you to sail with just one rudder?
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    Coolboats to admire

    A dumb question I'll admit, but I always wonder how these worked., Does the topsail need to go up with the main, or can you raise and lower it independently?
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    Mocking Ads on Craigslist

    http://sailboatdata.com/viewrecord.asp?class_id=2123
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    Mocking Ads on Craigslist

    The boat in the photo is a Dufour. rb
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    Uglyboat Admiration Society Hang Out

    Yes. An Atalanta 26 from Fairey Marine (or possibly the aft cockpit and extremely rare Tatania) 1950's. Tandem centerboards. Hot molded veneers. I think the molds were built of metal. I don't find them ugly either though not beautiful in a traditional sense. Some were imported to the US by George O'day though I have never seen one here. I have read that many of the Atalantas are still sailing in the UK.