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14 footer relative weights #128628
01/13/08 11:38 AM
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rictorn Offline OP
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douse anyone have a breakdown of the weights of the parts on any beachcats?

idealy the the a f14, windrush, papertiger, or f16 or similar light ones but any other cats may be useful

eg weight of

hulls
mast
boom
sails/batterns
rudders/daggers
beams
and the rest of it

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Re: 14 footer relative weights [Re: rictorn] #168567
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Paper Tiger minimum weight is 50kg for the assembled hulls. New boats weigh 46kg & add lead ballast, while the fleet at the 2009 nationals ranged to 56kg.
The rig, including mast, sail, boom, fittings is about 10kg.
Centreboards & rudders vary, top gear might be only 2kg for the lot: see http://www.teknologika.com/mothblog/category/foil-construction/
At the other extreme I have hardwood rudder boxes & foils which weigh about 10kg all up.


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