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04-01-2002 02:56 PM
Rhodes 19

Just for the record, Rhodes 19''s came in two versions: A fixed fin keel with a bulb version, and a centerboard version. The centerboard versions are quite rare. There were no full keel versions of the Rhodes 19. Rhodes 19''s used to be extremely common on Long Island Sound where they were a populr one design class. Nice boats for daysailing and for one design racing. One word of caution, at least the early ones are not self bailing and can sink if swamped.

04-01-2002 10:07 AM
Rhodes 19

I''m looking for a full keel Rhodes 19 to trailer and sail in Colorado, needs good trailer as well.

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