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Table of details and specifications of AUS-014
  Designer Alfred Edward "Bill" Luders Jr. (USA)
  Builder Jeff Clist (AUS)
  Material Mahogany, carvel planked
  1st certificate issued 1963
  Original boat name Barranjoey
  Original country AUS
  Original sail number 014
  Current location Australian National Maritime Museum, Sydney (AUS)


5.5 KA-14 "Barranjoey" - and its GRP derivate - 28.11.2017 by Kaspar Stubenrauch
Mark Hunter reports on the Pittwater 30:
"...there is a GRP construction derived from KA-14, the Pittwater 30..."
So, in addition to the Columbia 5.5 (USA), the DARING (GBR), the Safir (SWE), the Mustang (SWE), we now know of an Australian GRP construction made based on the lines of a 5.5mR.
Barranjoey at Australian National Maritime Museum - 25.07.2010 by Hugh Ferrar
Barranjoey is now on exhibition at the Australian National Maritime Museum in Sydney.
Information - 09.10.2007 by Warren Muir
Barranjoey was built by Jeff Clist in Sydney, Australia. Warren Muir was a boatbuilding apprentice, learning the art at that time
Information - 17.09.2007 by Sebastien Schmidt
Gold medal (1st/15) at the XVIII Olympics 1964 Tokyo, Japan, William Herbert (Bill) Northam / James Fred Robert Sargeant, Peter Joseph O'Donnell, Barranjoey, KA-14, Alfred E. Luders Jr. 1964, 1-6-2-1-dsq-1-4, 5981p.
Information - 17.09.2007 by Sebastien Schmidt
7th/14 at the XIX Olympics 1968 Acapulco, Mexico, William 'Bill' Robert Solomons / James Gilbert Hardy, Gilbert Scott Kaufmann, Barrenjoey, KA-14, Alfred E. Luders Jr. 1964, 5-4-6-6-12-12-5, 69.4p.

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5.5 KA-14 "Barranjoey" - will we see her racing again?

Ownership history

Table of the history of sail number, name and ownership of AUS-014
Sail# Boat name Owner name
AUS-014 "Barranjoey" Sydney Heritage Fleet (1963-?)  

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