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alpha omega/ f14 price #116337
09/05/07 05:26 PM
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rictorn Offline OP
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i am well into a prototype fast 14 footer but it is mostly second hand gear and for instance cut down tornado sport sails, so douse anyone have any idea how much a f14 homebuild would cost with new gear?

1 self build at cost in ply/appoxy stich and glue,
2 to make 1 out of a mould (not including the cost of the mold in carbon or kevelar or somthing along those lines
3 how much is a new alpha omega new in australia?

thanks rich

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Re: alpha omega/ f14 price [Re: rictorn] #116338
11/16/07 07:40 PM
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A brand new AO F14 ready to race/sail built completely from carbon IE carbon/Kevlar hulls, carbon mast with carbon spreaders and rotation control, carbon boom, spinnaker pole, cross beams, complete carbon rudder system (including T foil rudders) centre boards, and spinnaker chute, ALL in carbon, with all fittings the best available Harken and "high spec" sheet lines, plus race proven design “square head” main sail, and asymmetric spinnaker, sells ex factory for (Australian) $15,454.00 (plus GST where applicable)

Re: alpha omega/ f14 price [Re: Darryl_Barrett] #116339
11/17/07 09:09 AM
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Darryl, that is a very good price when converted to our currency, norwegian krone.

Re: alpha omega/ f14 price [Re: Rolf_Nilsen] #116340
11/19/07 12:51 PM
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= £6,750 Sterling

Then you've got shipping and duty and VAT.

There are several small Hobies available in the UK - Dragoon, Twixxy etc priced at less than £6,000 delivered. Admittedly they couldn't hold a candle to the AO in performance!
I wonder what the total delivered to your door price for the AO would actually work out at?


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Re: alpha omega/ f14 price [Re: Jalani] #116341
11/19/07 01:20 PM
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That would depend on what manner you got it into the country <img src="http://www.catsailor.com/forums/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />
Anyway, I was considering the price good for a high-performance sailboat for an adult.

Re: alpha omega/ f14 price [Re: Jalani] #116342
11/22/07 05:59 AM
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For UK buyers add 17% VAT, about 3% inport duties and just under 1000 Pounds for shipping iself.

Say about 9000 GBP or 13.000 Euro's.

Only a tad cheaper then a Carbon masted Stealth F16, although that boat will then come with a jib setup and other stuff for 2-up racing.

Wouter

Last edited by Wouter; 11/22/07 06:01 AM.

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Re: alpha omega/ f14 price [Re: Darryl_Barrett] #116343
12/01/07 04:05 PM
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A brand new AO F14 ready to race/sail built completely from carbon IE carbon/Kevlar hulls, carbon mast with carbon spreaders and rotation control, carbon boom, spinnaker pole, cross beams, complete carbon rudder system (including T foil rudders) centre boards, and spinnaker chute, ALL in carbon, with all fittings the best available Harken and "high spec" sheet lines, plus race proven design “square head” main sail, and asymmetric spinnaker, sells ex factory for (Australian) $15,454.00 (plus GST where applicable)


What would that come out to in US dollars shipped to US port?

Doug

Re: alpha omega/ f14 price [Re: DougSnell] #116344
12/04/07 01:45 AM
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I'm told a new NS14 is AU$16,000 <img src="http://www.catsailor.com/forums/images/graemlins/shocked.gif" alt="" />

Re: alpha omega/ f14 price [Re: Berny] #116345
12/04/07 02:43 AM
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Given what you get for your money an F14 is a hell of a lot more BANG! for your buck.
Regards,
Phill


I know that the voices in my head aint real,
but they have some pretty good ideas.
There is no such thing as a quick fix and I've never had free lunch!

Re: alpha omega/ f14 price [Re: Darryl_Barrett] #116346
01/05/08 03:21 AM
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Darryl. got a price on the rudders alone yet. I am still after them for my Taipan project. Even if you have a prototype set that you have moved on from.....??


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