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Postby Andrew on Thu Dec 22, 2005 8:38 pm

Hi All
I have long been a fan of the Sabre class and cannot understand why the class is not established on this side of the border...Iv sailed Lasers and frankly they are just over rated!
I noticed someone mentioned someone in WA having a Sabre? The popularity of the 125 here would seem to me point to a possible niche for a single hander along the same concepts.
Apart from the Laser, only the Moth & Contender exist here and both are great for monkeys & athletes.
Perhaps someone could get me in touch with the WA Sabre owner?
Love you web site....keep up the great work.
Andrew
 

Postby A Trace of Blue - 1666 on Thu Dec 29, 2005 12:52 am

Andrew,

You can email me at willy6664@bigpond.com or ring on 08 95272625 I'm down in Rockingham. Just fitting out the first of two I plan to build.

If you wish to see her, you will need to do so soon, as I am in the navy and will be away on deployment between 19 Jan and Anzac Day

Regards . . .
Peter Wilcox
1666 - A Trace of Blue

God Still Sails a Payne-Mortlock Sailing Canoe!
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Postby A Trace of Blue - 1666 on Tue Jun 20, 2006 2:06 am

There are now two Sabres completed in WA. Murray Smith has one, and 1665 the second.

The good news is that there are, as of 16 June 06, there are now three more under construction.
Peter Wilcox
1666 - A Trace of Blue

God Still Sails a Payne-Mortlock Sailing Canoe!
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