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Can you please help me identify this 12 foot sailboat?????

I have just recently picked my first boat up and am going to restore it with my father. My father and i have no idea what it is?

Are there any gurus out there who can help me out??

I am in New Zealand and from the pictures you can see a prominent chute that runs from inside the boat to the bow, maybe for a sail to slide through?

The dimensions of the boat are 12 foot long and 5 foot wide.

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Looks like some type of racing dingy near as I can tell. should be beautiful when restored!
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Thanks Denise!!

Hopefully i can find out what she is so i can rig her properly!!
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Dyser go to GlenL.com Look up the free online book " rigging small boats" good luck!
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Not an OK dinghy, as that got brought up in another thread awhile back. The OK dinghy is more of a "Laser" style wood boat that one can build.

It does have the look of a Glen-L 12 I built as a teen. but it is not one of them!

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Looks like it's probably a class they race(d) in New Zealand that we're not familiar with. Spinnaker chutes came along in the early 70's around here, so it may be fairly old. When I put "12' New Zealand Dinghy" into Google, it led me to the Cherub class dinghy, first designed in 1951. There is an official class association site for this 12' long development class. It has a "historic"section with pictures that look similar to what you have. Boats are built to a box rule, so rigs & hulls can vary a bit. Have fun!
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