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Ringle 39 - first onwater photos
by John Curnow on 15 Apr 2012
Open cockpit allows for comfort, conversation and relaxation. - Ringle 39 John Curnow ©
The world continues to change - here are John Curnow's images of the new Ringle 39, the Andy Dovell designed day sailer built in Burma.
This boat is the latest design from Dovell. It presents as an elegant and traditional day sailer, with a picnic boat heritage above the water line, but with some of the very latest in keel, rudder and hull technology below the water line.
Square top mainsail shows that the vessel is about business, just as much as pleasure. - Ringle 39 © John Curnow
Conversation more than possible - its essential in this most relaxing of environments. - Ringle 39 © John Curnow
You just want to go sailing with the Ringle. - Ringle 39 © John Curnow
Clipper bow and large sheer harks back to another era. - Ringle 39 © John Curnow
Graceful lines for graceful times... - Ringle 39 © John Curnow
Ringle 39 - full of grace. - Ringle 39 © John Curnow
Lots of glossy timber gives the Ringle 39 a lot of warmth and colour. - Ringle 39 © John Curnow
Pretty is a word you use to describe the Ringle 39. A lot. - Ringle 39 © John Curnow
It is distributed in Australasia by Vicsail www.vicsail.com.au
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