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Comet

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  1. With 140 square feed (13 m²). of sail and a minimal keel-rocker hull, the Comet is able to plane in modest 10-15 knot winds

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 2, 2009
  2. dinghy is a sixteen foot long, two person, one-design class, racing sloop

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  3. The mast is 25 ft tall and is supported by a conventional three-stay rig with spreaders. (As the class rules are flexible in this regard, some Comets have been configured with 8-stay, Star (sailboat) rigs.) From 1932 through the 1960s, the Comet mini

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  4. Since then, the minimum weight has been lowered to . with the incorporation of an aluminum centerboard, which replaced the former bronze board

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  5. Also, since the 1960s, the Comet has been built in fiberglass along with its original wood construction

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