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Stubby

394 - Wild Child

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This boat just turned up at Sandringham. Anybody know who's it is and what's happening with it? Also what is its history?

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This boat just turned up at Sandringham. Anybody know who's it is and what's happening with it? Also what is its history?

 

From Leo's 'Unofficial Site' -

AUS 394 WILD CHILD E14

à jour au: juil-03

2002 plan de Murray ROSS.

Bateau finit par lui même. avec l'aide de plans fournis par Merfyn Owen, structures, quille pendulaire, dérives et safrans.

2002 Tasman Race: 1er Toutes classes. Éq: ?, Phil BOWER

Course annuelle traversant la Mer de Tasmanie, longue de 1500 milles entre la Nouvelle Zélande et l’Australie.

Espére faire la Transat 6.50 2003 avec une wild card.

 

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Yeah I had a look at that but it's pretty old info. The guy thats working on the boat is going to give me some details...

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