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Home » Sailnet Boat Reviews » A - Boats starting with 'A' » Alacrity

 
Alacrity Alacrity
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Description: Alacrity
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Registered: January 2000
Location: maryland
Posts: 1888
Review Date: Sat August 16, 1997 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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18.5" twin fin ("keels"), fiberglass, sleeps four. Built by Hurley, of England. Hull certified by Lloyds of London. Very seaworthy and seakindly. Trailerable, setting on its fins. Draft 22". Sits upright if caught at low tide, or if accidentally grounded. Light weight, but built more for safety and comfort than speed. Self righting. An eye catcher!
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Registered: January 2000
Location: maryland
Posts: 1888
Review Date: Mon July 20, 1998 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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Please contact me if you also have an Alacrity. I want to
setup an Alacrity interchange, etc.
As Ken Barber noted-->"18.5" twin fin ("keels"), fiberglass, sleeps four. Built by Hurley, of England. Hull
certified by Lloyds of London. Very seaworthy and seakindly. Trailerable, setting on its
fins. Draft 22". Sits upright if caught at low tide, or if accidentally grounded. Light
weight, but built more for safety and comfort than speed. Self righting. An eye catcher!" Mine has a British Seagull
Century outboard. I know of some Alacrity models that extended the stern to put the outboard INBOARD. I love the
boat but it IS slow and the mainsail (relative to the
keels) is located a bit too far aft such that if you try
to sail with just the main you won't be able to point very
high at all! Cheers ! July 20, 1998
jhiggins@edcen.ehhs.cmich.edu
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