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Point Jude 16 Information

Hello,

I am looking for any information, manuals, history, drawings, photos, etc. on the Point Jude 16 daysailer. Please feel free to post any information or materials to this thread.

I own a 1989 manufactured by Starwing.

I have posted some information from various online sources below.

Gary


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This beautiful daysailer was designed in 1946 by Edson Scholk and over 1,200 boats were built. Clearly, this boat was intended with stability, safety and comfort in mind. Dinghy racing was not on the designer's mind. The 525 lbs hull should keep the 136 sq.ft. sailplan well behaved and stable.

Many well-loved and maintained used boats appear to be available at very reasonable prices. The chined hull will make for relatively flat and dry sailing.

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LOA 15'8"
Beam 5'11"
Draft 8" board up, 34 board down
Sail area 136 sqft (main 100 sqft, jib 36 sqft) traditional tanbark color preferred
Displacement 525 lbs
Mast height 23'7"
25 cubic feet of lockable storage
mahogany kickup rudder, traditional laminate tiller
kickup weighted centerboard
teak splashrail around cockpit
teak rub rail
teak laminate hatch covers (two fore, one aft)
removable motor mount
~3hp motors
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Point Jude 16 Replacement Tanbark Sails

Great Lakes Sailmakers, at least, offers replacement sails in traditional tanbark color.

Category:Sails & Sail Handling > Sails
Manufacturer: Great Lakes Sail Makers
Part Number: PTJ1022
Description:
Point Jude 4.0 oz. Tanbark Jib Sail
Sail warranty: Our sails are covered by a one year warranty against defect in materials or workmanship, and many of the individual components are covered by additional manufacturer's warranties. We work hard to make sure our customers never have to test this!
This is a built to order custom product. The lead time on these products will be about 4-6 weeks. Because these are custom built, they are not refundable after we have started to process the order. If your order is time sensitive and you are interested in exact lead times or options for expediting your order, please contact us at 231-759-8596.
Our price: $311.00 - each

Category:Sails & Sail Handling > Sails
Manufacturer: Great Lakes Sail Makers
Part Number: PTJ1020
Description:
Point Jude 4.0 oz. Tanbark Main Sail
Sail warranty: Our sails are covered by a one year warranty against defect in materials or workmanship, and many of the individual components are covered by additional manufacturer's warranties. We work hard to make sure our customers never have to test this!
This is a built to order custom product. The lead time on these products will be about 4-6 weeks. Because these are custom built, they are not refundable after we have started to process the order. If your order is time sensitive and you are interested in exact lead times or options for expediting your order, please contact us at 231-759-8596.
Our price: $700.00 - each
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Re: Point Jude 16 Information

I have a cockpit drain in my Point Jude (given to me)...anyone know how it works?
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