Over 20k put In to this nice little sailboat In the last two years
Bottom paint 2018 $3,000
New rigging 2018 $7,150
2 coats of primer 2 coats of paint and Kiwi grip all non-skid areas $5,450
New spinnaker 2018
The SCAMPI was Peter Norlins first yacht design. It's hard to think of a case where the first effort of any designer achieved similar success.
The prototype, (by convention, referred to as the MKI,) trounced the competition at the half ton cup of 1969 (sailed under the RORC handicap rule). After going into production, this second. slightly modified version came back the following year to win first and second in this same event though, this time, under the newly adopted IOR rule. It is thought that at least 50 of this version (MkII) were built. A Mark III version, which followed, was built in far greater numbers.
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