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delivery time 2-7 working days
- Order number: 21203
- Hersteller: Krick
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The Vaurien dinghy is an internationally popular racing dinghy. Jean Jacques Herbulot constructed the light and inexpensive boat from plywood in 1951 for the sailing school Les Glénans. Since 1961, the Vaurient has been recognised by the International Sailing Federation (ISAF) as an international standard class.
In the meantime, more than 36,000 boats have been built. Due to the bent-span construction, the Vaurien sails stably and can be easily mastered even by beginners. The Vaurien is well suited for sail training - sailing it optimally fast requires skill at the helm and good teamwork.
The model was accurately reproduced in our dinghy scale 1:10 on the basis of original drawings, which the class association vaurien.de kindly made available to us, and photos. Many details could be realised in this model by modern laser production. The kit contains all wooden parts precisely laser cut. Wooden parts can be stained to the desired wood colour before assembly. Fittings are etched from brass. The mast and main boom are assembled from several laser parts and then sanded. The sails have also already been cut out in their courses with a laser beam.
A building plan and instructions with many detailed sketches are also included in the kit.
Total length 450 mm
Hull length 410 mm
Width 150 mm
Total height approx. 705 mm