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Awesome, I've been semi following the build - great to see her in the water.

Those junk rigs have always fascinated me. Something about the way they look.............

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Very nice,  looks better than the plans too. I bet none of them would pass my Cornish style lugger-it planed. 

Hopefully they are all heading to Mahurangi for one of their junkets ....

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11 hours ago, Frank said:

It  rates under the old IOR rule, (Inordinately Odd Rig.)

All in good fun . . . There are a myriad of sailing dreams out there. 

Glad Ms. Hill is making her's come true 

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20 hours ago, AJ Oliver said:

All in good fun . . . There are a myriad of sailing dreams out there. 

Glad Ms. Hill is making her's come true 

Oh yes all jokes aside,  the Junk rig has its place, a relative did a 7 year world cruise on a Junk Rigged boat and very successfully too !. He rigged a forestay on the otherwise free standing mast and had a small Jib which helped with going to windward.

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