|Hull Type:||Fin with rudder on skeg|
|Rigging Type:||Masthead Sloop|
|LOA:||32.00 ft / 9.75 m|
|LWL:||24.00 ft / 7.32 m|
|S.A. (reported):||433.00 ft² / 40.23 m²|
|Beam:||9.50 ft / 2.90 m|
|Displacement:||9,500.00 lb / 4,309 kg|
|Ballast:||4,500.00 lb / 2,041 kg|
|Max Draft:||5.50 ft / 1.68 m|
Auxiliary Power/Tanks (orig. equip.)
|S.A. / Displ.:||15.50|
|Bal. / Displ.:||47.37|
|Disp: / Len:||306.79|
|Capsize Screening Formula:||1.80|
|Hull Speed:||6.56 kn|
|Pounds/Inch Immersion:||814.67 pounds/inch|
Rig and Sail ParticularsHELP
|I:||40.70 ft / 12.41 m|
|J:||12.70 ft / 3.87 m|
|P:||35.00 ft / 10.67 m|
|E:||10.00 ft / 3.05 m|
|S.A. Fore:||258.45 ft² / 24.01 m²|
|S.A. Main:||175.00 ft² / 16.26 m²|
|S.A. Total (100% Fore + Main Triangles):||433.45 ft² / 40.27 m²|
|Est. Forestay Length:||42.64 ft / 13.00 m|
|Builders:||J.J. Taylor and Sons Ltd. (CAN)|
|Jeremy Rogers Ltd.|
|Associations:||Contessa 32 class|
|Jeremy Rodgers Ltd.|
|Products:||M&B SHIPCANVAS CO.|
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In 1973, J.J. Taylor president, Alan Nye Scott, had a Rogers-built hull and deck shipped from Britain so that a set of molds for production in Canada could be created. A total of 87 boats were built in Canada. (Until 1990).
The fiberglass lay-up of the Canadian-built boat is of the same standard as the British boats.
British boats have an all-wood finish down below, while the Canadian version has a fiberglass headliner, as well as moldings for the interior furniture.
Tiller steering is standard on the Rogers boats though some Canadian boats have wheel steering.
A number of engines have been used including the Bukh 20-horsepower, Volvo 2003 28-horsepower, or a three-cylinder Yanmar diesel.
Thanks to Jeremy Rodgers Ltd. for correcting a number of errors.
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