Formerly FLYING DUTCHMAN JUNIOR, FLYING JUNIOR. As of 1980 the name was officially changed to INTERNATIONAL FJ. First built of Fiberglass in 1960. A 'Club' version (CLUB FJ) is of heavier construction with approximately the same dimensions. There have been a number of other variants including the DEMON, a stretched version of the same design, and the PIRATE, said to be a FJ hull with a TASER deck and seen mostly in Canada. (Formerly listed here as FLYING JUNIOR (INTERNATIONAL FJ).) Spinnaker Area: 8m2/86 sq.ft.