Length: 7′ 6″ and 9′ 6″
Beam: 4′ and 4′ 4″
Weight: 90 and 100 lbs.
Draft: 5″ board up (both) and 21″ board down (both)
Designer: Joel White
Builders: Joel White and Eric Dow
Construction: Glued lapstrake mahogany plywood
Usual location: Mooring or at float. Rigging, rudder, tiller, daggerboard all stored in Boathouse
Comments: Excellent rowing and sailing dinghy for beginners on up. As in most boats this size, trim is very important; try to keep her level fore and aft, perhaps a little bow high when going to weather. When rowing with one passenger aboard, use the forward rowing station.