Sail area:
Main: 10.4 m² / 112 ft²
Jib: 3.5 m² / 38 ft²
Asym: 14.6 m² / 157 ft²
Max crew weight: 550 kg / 1,212 lbs

Optional jib: 1.1 m² / 12.5 ft²
Max crew weight: 225 kg / 496 lbs.

Sail area for the sport rig: 15.5m²

Derived from the ARROW class. A. M. (Gus) Deering sold the ARROW plans to Dunphy Boat Works, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin who renamed the boat the CONDOR. The only variations from the ARROW being a revised sail plan plus the boats were built with a choice of centerboard, fixed keel or CB/keel. They were also available with a transom mounted rudder.
Thanks to Winston Weinmann for providing background and brochure photos.

Sail area:
– Main: 8.9m²
– Jib (roller furling): 3.4m²
– Spinnaker: 11.6m²
– Asymmetric: 14m²
Carrying capacity: 5 persons, 450kg.

Kennedy built the prototype in 1939. Production, however, did not begin until 1946.
Initial builders included both Nunn and Robertson’s Boatyard. However, two builders emerged who accounted for many of the future boats, these were James Kearney and Sons, East Wall who built many of the Dublin boats and DBL. DBL consisted of three prominent shipwrights Jack O’Driscoll, George Bushe and Dick Leonard working from a small stone shed in Ringaskiddy.

Also available with sliding gunter and lateen rigs.
Specs above are from “Sailing Boats of the World”, ©1974 by Rhonda Budd.
Many websites list the following specs:
LOA 9.16
Beam 4.33
Displacement: 125 lbs.

Main – 8.33 sqm
Jib – 2.30 sqm
Spinnaker – 10.58 sqm
Trapeze optional