The boat was designed by the world famous designers Rod MacAlpine Downie and Dick Gibbs and was sold in two main configurations: cat and sloop. The hull had two slots for the centerboard, one for the cat rig and the other for the sloop. The boat was offered with a single or a two piece mast. The design of the hull was clearly for intended for speed.
There were up to 17 fleets active around the country in the 1970s, and the National Regattas were always well attended. The boat was fast, especially with the optional spinnaker, and a lot of fun to sail.
Centerboard Diagram Rudder Diagram
Additional Rigging Instructions
Sail Layout and Dimensions(use to have a new sail made!)