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  1. #11
    Join Date
    Jun 2018
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    Default Re: Who knows this sailboat?

    me again.....

    Just found out the builder of these unique boats was a boatyard named "Stöberl" and there are quite a few still underway on german waters. The design seems to be from the mid 60`s so these babies are really old....
    Last edited by ribfreak; 28-05-19 at 12:52.

  2. #12
    Join Date
    May 2003
    Location
    SPAIN,Galicia
    Posts
    12,685

    Default Re: Who knows this sailboat?

    Did you buy a boat?

  3. #13
    Join Date
    Sep 2010
    Location
    West Sussex / Hants
    Posts
    28,771

    Default Re: Who knows this sailboat?

    Wolfgang,

    I hope you found or will soon find a boat; I agree I like the round stern of the Condor, she instantly looked to me like a Van De Stadt design but I'm probably wrong.

    You are right to like an outboard well, by far the best solution for this size boat; my boat has this, but no need for sliders, the engine is lifted out and stowed in a cockpit locker for sailing any distance and a fairing plug inserted to reduce drag and noise, on the mooring I just stow the engine.

    For this reason it's worth checking if a boat requires a long or standard shaft outboard - a long one is more difficult to stow, depending on the cockpit lockers.

    As well as twin or bilge keelers remember a well designed lift keel works well on a drying mud mooring.

    Good luck,

    Andy
    Anderson 22 Owners Association - For info please ask here or PM me.

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