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GP14

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Design

Name
GP14
Designer
Jack Holt
Designed / First built
1949

The GP14 was designed by Jack Holt in 1949. The idea behind the design was to build a General Purpose (GP) 14-foot dinghy which could be cruised, raced or rowed, capable of also being powered effectively by a small outboard motor, able to be towed behind a small family car and able to be launched and recovered reasonably easily, and stable enough to be able to lie to moorings or anchor when required.

Build / Config

Vessel type
Dinghy
Hull type
Monohull
Keel config
Centreboard
Construction
GRP

Rating / Handicap

Portsmouth
1127
Number of crew
2 (typical)

Dimensions

Length (overall)
4.27m
Beam
1.54m
Draught
1.2m
Displacement
132.9 kg

Sails

Sail area (total)
12 m2
Main sail area
0.0 m2
Spinnaker area
8.36 m2
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