|Designer||Iain Murray (AUS)|
|Builders||Andrew Hudson, Hudson Boat Building, Sydney (AUS)|
|Material||Glass fiber and polyester|
|1st certificate issued||1990|
|Original boat name||Arunga X|
|Original sail number||052|
|Current location||Sydney, Watsons Bay (AUS)|
- Note received from Dave De Coster on 12.10.07 - 22.04.2008 by Site Administrator
- Just a quick update on some of the Aust boats specifically Baragoola
AUS-052 originally Arunga X Frank Tolhurst then called Patricia now called Paladin owned by me
AUS-017 Jubiru now owned by me
- First notes and elements (to be refined...) - 07.02.2008 by Sebastien Schmidt
- This boat is one of the six (?) sister-ships built in a row in Australia off the same mould, I guess between about 1991 to 1992 (?) : AUS-052 "Arunga X" to Franck Tolhurst, AUS-054 "Sic Em Rex" to Colin Ryan, BAH-014 "John B VIII" to Robert Symonette, FIN-037 "Carmen" to Vladimir Marschan, GBR-038 "Salamander IV" to Jonathan Janson and GER-024 "Lovana II" to Hans-Juergen Queisser.
I remember Colin Ryan presenting the project in 1991 at Le Crouesty (FRA) european's. None of the boats were present there yet, but at the worlds 1992 in Nassau, Bahamas, all were participating except FIN-037 "Carmen".
In August 1992, we have been consulted to analyse the design and to propose eventual rooms for performances improvement. Pointed-out troubles were essentially located in the bulbed keel - too much pitching and lower aspect ratio of the fin - and in the excess of flare (very wide beam at deck) which induced shorter and deformed waterlines at heel. Sorry Iain, Bobby asked us to provide a frank and free eye, and this was only our opinion at this time. Other ones to be expressed ?
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|Sail#||Boat name||Owner name|
|AUS-052||"Arunga X"||Frank Tolhurst (1990-1993)|
|AUS-052||"Paladin"||David de Coster (?-?)|
|AUS-052||"Patricia 8"||Not disclosed (2013-?)|
|AUS-052||"Arunga X"||Not disclosed (2014-?)|
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