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Yeah, needs to be older, there are Knarr's of varying ages and configurations in the bay with an active racing schedule.

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Is this an Alden? There is a whole club of them at our marina, I think I am in love.

I also believe it is a Knarr.

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Thats it! You got it. Thanks! Now I can start saving my money. They are a blast to watch out in front of Crissy field on the weekends. They really stand up in a blow, must be a full keel. Nice photo Capttb, thats what sailing is all about for me, sail or fall in the water, what a rush. Thanks everyone.
Oh yeah, look here, just did a google:
Knarr-sf.com

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Take a look at the Bay area Association website, keels are about 1300 Kg. (2860 Lbs.?)
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