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Sirocco 15

The Sirocco 15 is a recreational keelboat, built predominantly of fiberglass. It has a fractional sloop rig, a nearly plumb stem, a vertical transom, a transom-hung rudder controlled by a tiller and an iron swing keel. The boat has a cuddy cabin. ...

                                               

Southern Cross 28

The Southern Cross 28 is a recreational keelboat, built predominantly of fiberglass, with teak wood trim. The deck is fiberglass with a balsa core, while the hull is fiberglass with an Airtex foam core. The design of the cutter sloop rig, with bo ...

                                               

Soverel 33

The Soverel 33 is a high performance racing yacht, launched in 1983 by renowned racing sailor and designer Mark Soverel. It was primarily intended as a one-design fleet but, although approximately 90 boats were built, that never quite happened. T ...

                                               

Spindrift 22

The Spindrift 22 is an American trailerable sailboat that was designed by Jim Taylor and first built in 1982. The spindrift 22 development spectrum 22, which was built by spectrum yacht in Florida.

                                               

Starwind 223

The Starwind 223 is an American trailerable sailboat, that was designed by Cortland Steck and first built in 1984. The design was built under the program section of STARWIND Wellcraft marine Corp the United States and later built rebel industries ...

                                               

Sydney 38

The Sydney 38 is a racing/cruising sailing yacht. It is one of the largest fleets of one-design oceangoing yachts in Australia. The yacht is manufactured by Sydney Yachts.

                                               

Sydney 40

The Sydney 40 was chosen from the design board by the Royal Ocean Racing Club to become the new One Design class for the Admirals Cup. The class never really took off for a variety of reasons this led to the failure of the management company Race ...

                                               

Taipan 28

The Taipan 28 is a cruising sailing yacht. The 28 ft GRP bermuda rigged sloop was designed and built in Pak Sha Wan, Hong Kong by Interchem Engineers Ltd. About 100 were built around 1970-1980 starting with hull number 100. These vessels have a f ...

                                               

Tartan 33

The Tartan 33 is family of American sailboats, that was designed by Sparkman & Stephens and first built in 1979. Design tartan 33R designed in tartan 34-2 in 1984, due to the expansion of forage and changing the interior layout.

                                               

Tartan 34 C

The Tartan 34 C is an American sailboat, that was designed by Sparkman & Stephens and first built in 1968. The boat is Sparkman & Stephens Design Number 1904. Tartan 34 C was initially positioned as a tartan 34. When later, unrelated design was i ...

                                               

Tartan 34-2

The Tartan 34-2 is an American sailboat, that was designed by Sparkman & Stephens and first built in 1984. Tartan 34-2 development 1979 Sparkman & Stephens-designed tartan 33 R, aft extended and a different internal layout. It has no relation to ...

                                               

Tasmanian One Design

In February 1900, The Rudder magazine published plans, by William Hand Jr, of a "knockabout". E H Webster, a prominent member of the Derwent Sailing Boat Club later to become the Royal Yacht Club of Tasmania RYCT), was looking for a yacht to be u ...

                                               

TES 28 Magnam

The TES 28 Magnam is a Polish sailboat, that was designed by Tomasz Siwik and was first built in 2010. Boat built by Stocznia TES - English yacht: yacht Builder TPP in Poland and remained in production in 2018.

                                               

Thames Marine Mirage 29

The Thames Marine Mirage 29 is a British sailboat, that was first built in 1983 by Thames Marine of the United Kingdom. It is now out of production. Thames marine Mirage 29 design is sometimes confused with the canadian design-1986, Mirage yachts ...

                                               

Thunderbird 26

The Thunderbird class sailboat was designed in 1958 by Seattle Washington naval architect Ben Seaborn, in response to a request from the Douglas Fir Plywood Association of Tacoma, Washington for design proposals for a sailboat that would ". be bo ...

                                               

Tonic 23

The design was built by Jeanneau in France from 1985 until 1992, but it is now out of production. During its production run about 750 boats were completed.

                                               

Top Hat 25

Top Hat 25 is a series of English designed yachts made in Australia from 1964 to 1986. It came in four different marks named Mk 0 - III. After the Mk III, another model, the Top Hat 27, was launched in 1986.

                                               

Twister (yacht)

The Twister is a masthead rigged sloop, length 28 feet, beam 8 feet 1 inch, draft 5 feet. It has a full length keel and a full-depth transom-hung rudder which is tiller steered. Total displacement is about 10.000 lb, of which 4.600 lb is encapsul ...

                                               

Ultimate 20

The Ultimate 20 is a trailerable sailboat that was designed by Jim Antrum as a sportsboat first built by Ultimate Sailboats in 1995. It is a one-design racing keelboat recognized by the International Sailing Federation.

                                               

US Yachts US 22

The US Yachts US 22 is an American sailboat, that was designed by Gary Mull and first built in 1979. 22 is a development of the 1977 Ranger 22 and the Buccaneer 220 In 1978, as the Mullah structures. USA 22 design was later developed in Triton 22 ...

                                               

Valiant 40

The Valiant 40 was one of the first boats designed by naval architect Robert Perry, it was introduced in 1973. The boat is configured as a rear cockpit double-ender, cutter rigged monohull. The design of the boat was considered revolutionary at t ...

                                               

Viking 28

The boat was built by Ontario Yachts in Burlington, Ontario, Canada between 1968 and 1983, with 147 examples completed. Initial production was in the form of a kit for amateur construction, but later many were professionally built. Viking 28 desi ...

                                               

Viking 33

The Viking 33 is a Canadian sailboat, that was designed by Cuthbertson & Cassian and first built in 1971. The project was built by Ontario yachts in Canada between 1971 and 1973 but now out of production. Viking 33 design developed in Viking 34 i ...

                                               

Viking 34

The Viking 34 is a Canadian sailboat, that was designed by C&amp,C Design and first built in 1973. The project was built by Ontario yachts in Canada, but it is now discontinued. Viking 34 Viking 33 development, with 1.5 m of 0.46 m above the mast ...

                                               

Viper 640

The Viper 640 is an American trailerable sailboat, that was designed by Brian Bennett for racing and first built in 1996. The Viper 640 is a generally accepted international sailing class and official-design boat of the Association of yachtsmen i ...

                                               

Warsash One Design

The Warsash One Design is a 27 ft Sloop-rigged sailing yacht which was constructed of glassfibre by Russell Marine of Leigh on Sea, Essex, in the 1960s. The yacht is designed by Fred Parker, a member of the Royal Institute of naval architects, an ...

                                               

Watkins 17

The design was built by Watkins Yachts in Clearwater, Florida, United States from 1975 to 1981, with over 100 examples completed. Production was curtailed in 1979, when the company was sold, with few boats built in 1979-1981. The designs moulds w ...

                                               

Watkins 23

The Watkins 23 is an American trailerable sailboat that was designed by Johannes "Jopie" Helsen, modified by Watkins Yachts and first built in 1973. Watkins 23 is an authorized development Helson 22 produced with the permission of the designer.

                                               

Watkins 25

The Watkins 25 design is believed to have been based upon the hull moulds for the Columbia 24, with a newly designed deck and coachhouse roof. The design was later sold to Com-Pac Yachts and was developed into the Com-Pac 25.

                                               

Watkins 27

The Watkins 27, also known as the W27, is an American sailboat that was designed by naval architect Walter Scott and first built in 1977. Watkins 27 the design was developed in the chassis cabin Watkins 27P in 1981, although it was built only sev ...

                                               

Watkins 27P

The Watkins 27P, also known as the W27P, is an American sailboat that was designed by naval architect Walter Scott and first built in 1981. At Watkins-27P design was developed from the commercially successful Watkins 27, by adding a cabin and mak ...

                                               

Watkins 29

The Watkins 29, also known as the W29, is an American sailboat that was designed by Walter Scott in conjunction with the Watkins brothers and first built in 1984. At Watkins-29 design were minor design changes to the transom in 1987 and was renam ...

                                               

Watkins 32

The Watkins 32 is an American sailboat that was designed by William H. Tripp Jr as a cruiser and first built in 1982. The design was derived from the molds used for the Columbia 32.

                                               

Watkins 33

The Watkins 33, also marketed as the Seawolf 33, is an American sailboat that was designed by William H. Tripp Jr and Watkins Yachts as a cruiser and first built in 1984. The Watkins 33 is a development of the Watkins 32, with a reverse transom a ...

                                               

Watkins 36

The Watkins 36, also known as the W36 and W36AC, is an American sailboat that was designed by William H. Tripp Jr and the Watkins brothers, first built in 1981. Watkins 36 of 36 Portman and developed in the centre of the cabin Watkins 36C.

                                               

Watkins 36C

The Watkins 36, also known as the W36C, is an American sailboat that was designed by William H. Tripp Jr and the Watkins brothers. It was first built in 1981. Watkins 36C-center-cockpit development of the aft cockpit Watkins 36.

                                               

West Wight Potter 19

The West Wight Potter 19 is an American trailerable sailboat that was designed by Herb Stewart as a cruiser and first built in 1971. Stuart has developed a boat with a West Wight Potter 14, British design, he bought the rights to us. The design w ...

                                               

Wianno Senior

The Wianno Senior is a 25-foot gaff rigged sloop. The boat is raced on Nantucket Sound by four Cape Cod yacht clubs: Bass River Yacht Club, Hyannis Yacht Club, Hyannis Port Yacht Club, and Wianno Yacht Club.

                                               

Winter Harbor 21

A Winter Harbor 21 is a 31′0″ x 7′3″ one-design racing sloop designed and built by Burgess & Packard, of Marblehead, Massachusetts, in 1907.

                                               

Yamaha 29

The Yamaha 29 was a sailboat manufactured by Yamaha. Upon request, Yamaha, Fino group in France designed the boat in 1973. The hull is based on the same classical style as the Morbic III who won the Fastnet the same year. The innovative cockpit l ...

                                               

Crystal Ballroom (Melbourne)

The Crystal Ballroom was a music venue located within the Seaview Hotel on Fitzroy Street in the inner Melbourne suburb of St Kilda. The venue was run by a succession of Melbourne alternative music promoters from 1978 to 1987, starting with Dolor ...

                                               

Rivoli Ballroom

The Rivoli Ballroom is the only intact 1950s ballroom remaining in London, England. It is famed for its original decor and interior fittings and is often used as a film location and plays host to many dance and musical events.

                                               

Aragon Ballroom (Venice Beach)

                                               

Stagecoach Ballroom

Stagecoach Ballroom is one of the oldest night club, dancehall, ballroom, and/or honky-tonk venues in the state of Texas. The Stagecoach Ballroom is known for its commitment to country music and ballroom dancing. Since 1961, the stage, the hall w ...

                                               

Nintendo Comics System

The Nintendo Comics System was a series of comic books published by Valiant Comics in 1990 and 1991. It was part of a licensing deal with Nintendo, featuring characters from their video games and the cartoons based on them.

                                               

Famicom Titler

The Famicom Titler, also known as the Famicom Editor, is a Nintendo-licensed Famicom-compatible home video game console produced by Sharp Corporation in 1989. The console was released exclusively in Japan at a retail price of 43.000 yen. The syst ...

                                               

Twin Famicom

The Twin Famicom is a home video game console that was produced by Sharp Corporation in 1986 and was only released in Japan. It is a licensed Nintendo product that combines the Family Computer and the Family Computer Disk System into a single pie ...

                                               

PlayStation 2 Expansion Bay

The PlayStation 2 Expansion Bay is a 3.5" drive bay introduced with the model 30000 and 50000 PlayStation 2 designed for the network adaptor and internal hard disk drive. These peripherals enhance the capabilities of the PS2 to allow online play ...

                                               

Add a Line

Add a Line was a daytime radio game show which aired on ABC July 4, 1949, to September 26, 1949. The title came from the shows format, which "called for players to add the final line to a rhyme given to them by the host." The 30-minute programme ...

                                               

All the Way from Memphis (radio show)

All the Way from Memphis was a radio programme that aired from December 2004 to June 2006. There were 12 half-hour episodes and it was broadcast on BBC Radio 4. It was compiled, written and presented by James Walton, with team captains Tracey Mac ...

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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