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Liberty


Liberty (ISAF Class)

The Liberty is a very fast and high pointing compact keelboat. The Liberty is indeed a totally accessible performance craft which anyone can sail, regardless of ability.

The high coamings and wide side decks keep the boat dry even at extreme angles of heel whilst the two high aspect rudder blades ensure directional stability.

There are over 120 Liberties sailing in 16 countries.  The Liberty is an International Sailing Federation (ISAF) Class.

 

Specifications

 

 

Length

3.6 m

Beam

1.35 m

Draft

1.1 m

Weight

72 kg (+ Keel 72 kg)

Sail Plan

Mainsail & free standing, self tacking Jib

Sail Area

Total area - 7.35sq m
Main-5.6sq m          (Reefable to 0.5 )
Jib - 1.75sq m                   (full roller reefing)

Mast

Main - Unstayed 5.6 m
Jib - Unstayed 3.15 m

Capacity

150 kg

 

Other Links
 Specification Sheet
 Class Rules
 Rigging Guide


IFDS 2004 Single Person World Championships, Blairgowie, Australia

Andrew Hartley - IFDS 2004 Single Person World Championships, Blairgowie, Australia

Colin Johanson - IFDS 2004 Single Person World Championships, Blairgowie, Australia

Wendy Evans - IFDS 2004 Single Person World Championships, Blairgowie, Australia

Access Liberty Champion, Charles Weatherly (VIC)

Bill Bradley sailed his Liberty full servo in Adelaide

USA Liberty Champion, Alex Hruzewicz

Liberty Servo sailor and Regatta Director, Herb Meyer

Close racing in the Liberty fleet on San Francisco Bay

Barry Coates (QLD) enjoys 20 knots on Port Phillip

 
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