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More InformationA renovated classic! All wood. Beautiful light blue hull. Well cared for & in excellent condition with all proper paper work and documents. The International Flying Junior or FJ is a sailing dinghy which was originally designed in 1955 in the Netherlands by renowned boat designer Van Essen and Olympic sailor Conrad Glcher. The FJ was built to serve as a training boat for the then Olympic-class Flying Dutchman. The FJ has a beam of 4'11" and an overall sail area of 100 square feet). These dimensions make the FJ an ideal class to teach young sailors the skills of boat handling and racing. In 1960 the Flying Junior formed its own class organization and by the early 1970s the Flying Junior was accorded the status of an International class.
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