Kim, this was on the front page and made me think of Sliver. You probably know of her but for those of us who hadn't she was designed by the same guy who was involved in C class wing rigs, the Cat Stars n Stripes and Dogzillas wing, Dave Hubbard.
Launched in the 80's, cold molded with a canting keel and dagger boards. Probably hard to get in her groove but definitely there in this pic and the old girl has them pinned on starboard.
It would be really interesting to compare the two on the water. Different philosophies with similar goals, ground breaking ideas back then verses intelligent design and uses of modern materials, both with cute bums.
In the slings
Pretty good view of the hull shape and the keel and rudder.
The daggerboard is not in because we keep it out of the trunk except when sailing just to keep it slime free.
Sliding dodgers/ Sea hoods visible as well. Allows you to stand up in the saloon, and wash the dishes.
Also allows sailing with some version of ventilation below.
"Not much meat on her, but what there is is choice"
- Spencer Tracy on Katherine Hepburn