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Albacore

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Manufacturer

Model

Year

Author

Length

Albacore   2003 George Roth 15 – 20 ft
Archambault 31 Archambault 31  2010  Katie Nicoll 30 – 35 ft 
Beneteau First 10R Beneteau First 10R  2008  John Kerr  30 – 35 ft 
Byte Byte   1992  Steve Killing  <15 ft 
Etchells Etchells
  2006 CY Staff 30 – 35 ft
Folkboat Folkboat   2004 CY Staff 25 – 30 ft
Fusion 15 Fusion
15 2003 Doug Hunter 15 – 20 ft
Ideal 18 Ideal 18  1991  Steve Killing  15 – 20 ft 
J 22 J 22  1984  Carol Nickle & Bryan Gooderham  20 – 25 ft 
J 105 J 105 

1994

Graham Jones 30 – 35 ft 
Kirby 25 Kirby 25      25 – 30 ft 
Kirby 30 Kirby
30 1980 John Turnbull 25 – 30 ft
Laser Radial Laser Radial  2011  John Kerr   
Laser 2 Laser
2 1980 John Turnbull <15 ft
Laser 4.7 Laser  4.7 2003 John Kerr 15 – 20 ft
Martin 242 Martin 242  1985  Al Black  20 – 25 ft
Shark Shark   1987  Judy Kingsley  20 – 25 ft 
Tanzer 22 Tanzer 22  1991  Paul Howard  20 – 25 ft 

 

 

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