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Topic Review (Newest First)
08-10-2014 11:14 PM
Natale
Re: Looking For An Evanson Robin 11 Foot Sailing Dinghy One Design Class Sailboat

Barnegatboater...,still have Robin Rhodes rudder?
10-01-2012 12:03 PM
jollin
Re: Looking For An Evanson Robin 11 Foot Sailing Dinghy One Design Class Sailboat

Hello.
I am going to assume that you found a robin, but just in case you didn't we have a beautiful Rhodes Robin we restored over the past year. We have sailed it, it's sweet, it has everything and unfortunately we need to sell to pay our taxes...

send me a reply. we have plenty of pics. Can even deliver for the price of gas. In NJ but also have a place in Vermont so CT is not out of the way.

jayne (that was our ad on craigslist...posted in this thread by another boat lover).
08-28-2012 12:14 AM
SABALMINOR
Re: Looking For An Evanson Robin 11 Foot Sailing Dinghy One Design Class Sailboat

Hello Dan,

I received your message, however, I am about
3 hours driving time from you! I did find one and have enjoyed sailing her for about 2 years now.

BUT ... Please don't throw the boat to the trash ... Post it for sale on Craigslist, Trailer Sailer Bulletin Board, or the Robin Sailing Group - I feel certain that someone would love to aquire/restore her and get her back on the water.

Sorry to hear of your health issues - will you continue
to monitor the Yahoo Group or turn that over to someone?

Thanks for contacting me, I really appreciate the offer!

AJ
08-21-2012 03:06 PM
OBXter
Re: Looking For An Evanson Robin 11 Foot Sailing Dinghy One Design Class Sailboat

Are you still looking for a robin? If yes or no, please text or call me at 301-332-8738. Boat is in need of restoration. I have all the parts including sails, plus an extra tiller/rudder (long story). The price is yours to determine. The trailer is toast with no ball, etc. Needs flatbed. I am in Kitty Hawk, used to sail her on Albemarle and Kitty Hawk Bay. She sat outside for 5 years with no protection, while I was ill...anyway. Let me know or I will probably trash her, as I am too ill to do much else. Thanks Dan
03-11-2012 01:09 PM
buzzard86
Re: Looking For An Evanson Robin 11 Foot Sailing Dinghy One Design Class Sailboat

Nice Robin now for sale in the Philadelphia, PA area. Details here in my craigslist ad: Classic Rhodes Robin Sailboat

Please email directly at 1986laredo at g mail dot com with any interest. Thanks.
10-18-2010 09:43 PM
Barnegatboater Any one still looking for Robin Parts? Offering Main Sail, battens and Rudder for Rhodes Robin 11.

Sail -Good Condition - No rips or tears. With sail bag. Sail Number is red and reads 88.
Robin logo, ,black and red on sail.

Rudder - (Need paint)

I might have the jib - Will have to dig around.


I also have a Mast (two piece)/Boom avalaible with halyards still attached.

Located in Central NJ.

Hull is gone.
From a Rhodes Robin 11 foot sailing dinghy with centerboard built in the 1960's. Mine was early and made mahogany plywood by the Evanson Boat Company of Riverside N.J., - Boat rotted away.
They carried a main sail and jib, with a black and red Robin as the sail logo from the P. Evanson Yacht Company.
08-10-2009 02:51 PM
robin264 Pam, done. Regards robin264
08-10-2009 01:10 PM
dadsdaughter My direct e-mail is pammi0215athotmaildotcom. can't upload pics thru sailnet, don't know why. Contact me directly and I can send them.
08-10-2009 10:02 AM
robin264 Lack of sails is not a deal breaker, I have one with sails for patterns, the prices are all over the place, please send me pic's as a starting point if you'd like. Thanks and Regards Robin264
08-07-2009 10:50 PM
dadsdaughter
Evanson Robin on the move... flying north this month.

The Robin is still in AL, but I am moving in the next 3 weeks and can bring it with me if interested. Don't know if there are any sails. I have been in NY for a couple of days and will look for them in my mother's garage tomorrow before I go back to AL. Is the presence (or lack) of sails a deal breaker for you? What is your price range? Trailer is in perfect condition. Boat was built in late 60s / early 70s but in good condition, too.
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