Friday, 28 April 2017

We have an export order to produce a Fireball kit.

Pricing will be done over the next few weeks, that will be the CNC plywood hull and deck panels, bulkheads, hardwood to framing etc.
North Sails and Harken deck gear will be offered by optional to the kit.

Licence fees may be liable.

Shipping the kits worldwide will be possible, it depends on where you are?

Contact me for more information and pricing.


Fireball (dinghy)

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Klassenzeichen Fireball.PNG
Class symbol
Fireball dinghy.svg
Crew2 (single trapeze)
Hull weight175 lb (79 kg)
LOA16 ft 2 in (4.93 m)
Beam4 ft 6 in (1.37 m)
Mast Length22.3 ft (6.8 m)
Mainsail area108 sq ft (10.0 m2).
Jib / Genoa area35 sq ft (3.3 m2).
Spinnaker area140 sq ft (13 m2).
Class is a member of World Sailing
Fireball dinghy under spinnaker
Originally designed by Peter Milne in 1962, the Fireball is a one-design high-performance sailing dinghy. The Fireball is sailed by a crew of two, and sports a single trapeze, symmetric spinnaker and chined hull. The class is strictly controlled, but has adapted to advances in building techniques. The hulls (plywood, FRP or composite) have a strict minimum weight limit of 175 lb (79 kg) (with correctors).
The Fireball is a highly competitive dinghy, with large fleets worldwide and state, national, continental and world championships held annually. Competitors of all ages help make this class enjoyable for everyone. The performance of the boat is very dependent on tuning as the Fireball's rig can be adjusted in numerous ways.