Chrysler dagger sailboat




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    Greetings all, Looking to downsize to a smaller boat and saw the Chrysler Dagger. Anyone sail these or have any info? My Hobie Cat 16 is just.

    Jul 22, There is also a Chrysler Dagger 14 for sale. I am wondering about a comparison of these boats. I have done a lot of research and have not.

    Chrysler dagger sailboat

    Chrysler dagger sailboat

    Hence the interest in the larger boat. If so, how do these comparisons run. But you are looking at two other dinghy's that require 2 or 3 crew. Page 1 of 3. If you want to email me at marksofgod charter.

    Chrysler dagger sailboat

    Chrysler dagger sailboat

    Chrysler dagger sailboat

    Chrysler dagger sailboat

    Chrysler dagger sailboat

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    Resources Latest reviews Search resources. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Barnett vs Chrysler Dagger Thread starter doumafam Start date Jul 22, I would dearly love to own a laser. However, it seems affordable used boats are sold very quickly. As an alternative, there are a couple of Barnett boats for sale near here.

    There is also a Chrysler Dagger 14 for sale. I am wondering about a comparison of these boats. I have done a lot of research and have not found out much info. WHile I suspect that I can get a lot of responses that say "The Laser is way better", it would be very helpful to me to get specific points where one boat is superior to the other. Concrete comparisons are what I'm looking for.

    Chrysler dagger sailboat

    If you are able to offer insight, I would greatly appreciate it! I can see by the dinghy's that you have selected you after a very specific looking dinghy?

    But what you like is different to want you need? You have to remeber that a laser is a single handed dinghy. But you are looking at two other dinghy's that require 2 or 3 crew. Ive only seen these type of dinghy's once and have not done any research, so correct me if Im wrong. It therefore makes it a little difficult to answer your question I think you need to run a "needs analysis" first and decide what is important to you to enjoying sailing.

    Chrysler dagger sailboat

    You are right though, we will say "just buy a laser"! Thanks for the reply. While it is not the thurst of the intent of your remarks, would it be accurate to say the Dagger and Barnett would compare more readlity to a Laser II?

    If so, that is good news for me. If so, how do these comparisons run. One would be the size of the sails for sure. And on another note, a tangent really, I have come across some kind of rating system that uses DPN numbers. Ok, so its sounds like you want a 2 crew dinghy From personal experience the Laser II is a wicked dinghy! My mate has one, so I hooked up to the trapeze in 25knt air As for D-PN numbers My primary obsession is biking, and I assume there is some correspondence re stats and evaluations.

    In my case, that's Hence the interest in the larger boat. I understand that 2 person may mean you need 2 people to handle it. But I also interpret it to mean 2 people who together weigh as much as I do. John Gilmour Member Jul 25, The Laser is not the perfect boat for all occasions. It's greatest strength is as a racing boat. If you want a boat for fooling around with, it' not the greatest.

    Chrysler dagger sailboat

    One problem is that you can't lower the sail without lowering the mast, which makes the Laser less than ideal if you want to sail off by yourself on a body of water where the winds might increase a lot. The Laser is not great in waves.

    If you want a boat for two, there are lots of alternatives out there, including the Laser 2, , FJ, Albacore, Jet, Many of those can be rigged for single-handed sailing, especially if you weight ! Also think about where and how you will launch. A Laser is easy to launch off a beach and does not require a ramp. Two handed boats are usually heavier and require a ramp to get the boat off the trailer and into the water.

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