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Ever heard of a Hobie Teddy? #236615
08/22/11 06:41 AM
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Had a European customer ask if we had sails for a Hobie Teddy, and I emailed back that I had not heard of such a boat. He sent the following link: http://www.hobie-cat.net/site_gb/?produits,hobie_teddy
Sure looks like a Wave with a jib. Must be a Hobie Europe thing.
Rick


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Re: Ever heard of a Hobie Teddy? [Re: RickWhite] #236642
08/22/11 10:20 AM
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Jib, dolphin striker, main with reef points, jib furler, adjustable toe straps, trapeze, aluminium tiller extension.

Guess the clubs wrote the specifications for a trainer and Hobie configured one. Interesting that they considered the dolphin striker necessary.

Re: Ever heard of a Hobie Teddy? [Re: BigWhoop] #236667
08/22/11 12:41 PM
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It does look like a cool boat. I'm just not sure I would want to tell anyone I was going out on my Teddy!


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Re: Ever heard of a Hobie Teddy? [Re: IndyWave] #236686
08/22/11 02:58 PM
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I'm pretty sure this is what they meant. Do you sell these Rick?

http://www.catsailor.com/gallery/displayimage.php?pos=-1384

Re: Ever heard of a Hobie Teddy? [Re: BigWhoop] #236692
08/22/11 05:36 PM
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Interesting sail shape. I bet it'll really lift the boat to weather.


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Re: Ever heard of a Hobie Teddy? [Re: hobie1616] #236710
08/23/11 05:41 AM
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No, that's a mast raising device.

Re: Ever heard of a Hobie Teddy? [Re: Mike Fahle] #237010
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Surprised Matt hasn't jumped in yet, but that is a totally different boat than the Wave (look at the bow, it angles up; look at the spacing of the crossbars, location of the mast fore-aft, etc.).

Europe has all sorts of interesting models:

http://www.hobie-cat.net/site_gb/?produits,produits

Other than the Dragoon (for which I've seen major regattas advertised), I wonder how well they sell?

Mike

Re: Ever heard of a Hobie Teddy? [Re: brucat] #237108
09/02/11 10:40 AM
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Yeah, they have a LOT of models. They try the shot gun approach.


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Re: Ever heard of a Hobie Teddy? [Re: mmiller] #237772
09/17/11 12:30 PM
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Does the front crossbeam have a rib or support inside? If no Dolohin striker, maybe there is something else?


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Re: Ever heard of a Hobie Teddy? [Re: dave mosley] #238505
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My wife likes the pink Hobie Teddy. Are they for sale somewhere?


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