Bene 44.7. Any available ? (Great Lakes/North East Coast)

TomTraubert

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Four Stars

Sprit, midified bow railing and bunch of other stuff.  Rob macmillan from Q Newport was involved with John
Four Stars was profiled in Sailing World after they won the pro division (Gibbs Hill?) in the 2006 (?) Bermuda Race.  She didn't have a Sprit, though, but ran asyms off an oversized pole. The sprits and smaller genoas came in about 2010 and a different 44.7 did very well that year in the Bermuda Race (St. David's and Class 6 (?), also using big asyms, including a code 0.  

 

shaggybaxter

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47.7 would work also.   
 
Hiya B6,

Or you could dare to be different and keep the same beam as the 47 whilst realising the benefits of a 40 WL length.

And you get to go storming past even 47.7's at anything lower than 70 TWA.  

https://yachthub.com/list/yachts-for-sale/used/sail-monohulls/pogo-12-50/251176

I've been flat out calculating freight and insurance costs for multiple international enquiries, I thought Covid-19 was going to supress the market....   

I know I know, buy an ad.... :)

 
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Hiya B6,

Or you could dare to be different and keep the same beam as the 47 whilst realising the benefits of a 40 WL length.

And you get to go storming past even 47.7's at anything lower than 70 TWA.  

https://yachthub.com/list/yachts-for-sale/used/sail-monohulls/pogo-12-50/251176

I've been flat out calculating freight and insurance costs for multiple international enquiries, I thought Covid-19 was going to supress the market....   

I know I know, buy an ad.... :)
Only if I won the lottery.... oh wait, that’s another thread ....

Always had a crush on Pogo... don’t have the budget and that one is in the far side of the world from me ....sadly .

 




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