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Simple and durable no fancy foil. No traveller, the main sheet block is shackled to the u bracket on top of the rudder and sail shape is controlled by a strong boom vang. The gudgeons are the same on the transom just lift out the pin. The Flying Scot was designed by Sandy Douglas. He built the first one in his garage in the late 1950s http://www.flyingscot.com/flyingscot.html
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