RL24, RL28, and RL34 Trailable Yachts
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Replying to:rl 24 rudder dimensions and also keel lifting arrangement
I have recently acquired an rl 24 in a state of decay and have started a re-birthing of this boat. I have no history on the boat apart from the number 178 on the main which could be original, as it also has the RL logo on it. The boat has a swing rudder tiller but no rudder blade The boat also has a keel (not attached] but there is no lifting apparatus at all with the boat. The samson post has holes in it that may have been involved with a lifting device. The swing keel has a pivot point, and there is also a lug hole on the trailing edge of the keel at the top of the keel when it is lowered. This lug hole is raised slightly in relation to the top of the leading edge. apart from the pivot point this is the only other hole in the keel. Can anyone help with the dimensions of the rudder, and what the lifting arrangement would be for the keel??? Les R