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Picture Gallery - RL28

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RL Picture Galleries:
RL34 Gallery
RL28 Gallery
RL24 Gallery
RL24's in the U.S. Gallery
Status Gallery
Pictures of the first RL24 Nationals held in 1974.
Pictures of the RL24 2005-6 Nationals.
Pictures of the RL24 2008-9 Nationals.
Pictures of the 2008 Bay to Bay.
Pictures of the 2010 Bay to Bay from Paul Harris.
Pictures of the 2010 Bay to Bay from Julie Geldard.
Pictures from 2010 Wintersun.
Pictures of the RL24 2011-2 Nationals.
Pictures of the RL24 2013-4 Nationals.

The following galleries have been collected by Rob Legg from many sources. Some already appear in other galleries here while many have not been seen before.

A collection of Rob Legg's favourite photographs (1.3MB PDF)

Rob's Achive Pictures of RL24s
Rob's Achive Pictures of RL28s
Rob's Achive Pictures of RL34s
Rob's Achive Pictures of Status
Rob's Achive Pictures of Beyond 2000

Picture Gallery - RL28

Peaches and Cream: Keith Merkley's RL28-The RL28 is ideal for family getaways
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"Peach's" hull arriving
from the factory
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Rum and Dry: Lawrence Dorsett's RL28. Sail number 83.
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Shalimar: Phil Macqueen's RL28 off West Bay, Middle Percy Island, Mackay.
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Jezabel: Phil Gardam's RL28:
Looking back towards Moreton / Blue Hole.
The three "J"'s - Justin, John and Jezabel with North Stradbroke Island astern on a flat day in the bay.
Tied up at RQYS Manly ready for a day on Moreton Bay
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Peter Jones RL28: Blue Peter.

"As you will see we use the boat for cruising, it is a great way to get away from it all."
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RL28 "Sealeggs" leading the fleet of the 2001 Fremantle to Canarvon race.
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Robert and Annette Lester's RL28 "Just Rosy" at anchor at Birds nest point Lake Macquarie and in company with a Sabre 25.
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Garry Beatie's RL28, Sandpiper Sail number 125, during a recent trip to Wathumba Creek on Fraser Island
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Updated pictures of Sandpiper off Fraser Island
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Some pictures of Jason and Emily Hollister's RL28 Distraction (formerly from Brisbane) at Port Sorell on the North-West Coast of Tasmania.
They have owned her since mid 2004 and enjoy cruising their local area.
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Michael and Christine Oakley from Melbourne, have owned RL 28 'Freyja' for 20 years.
Freyja is berthed at Paynesville Victoria on the beautiful Gippsland lakes (see photo). The other photo shows Freyja sailing to the start of the Marlay Point (on Lake Wellington) overnight yacht race.
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Kingsley White's Rings-n-Things has an unusual masthead rig.
Rings-n-things heading for Port Augusta and second place on handicap in the 2006 "Tripolis." The Tripolis is a series of 3 races held over 3 days between Boxing day and new years day.
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Ken Frasers RL28 "Rebel" here shown at QCYC marina.
Ken thinks the RL28 is an ideal boat for Moreton Bay.
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Gary and Pauline Trost are restoring Polaris, an ex-charter vessel, to her former splendor.
New rochy main has arrived; sailing well.
We have been sprucing up the interior.
Now have modified the galley; has more usable bench space. (I am the cook).
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Barry Tiver's fixed keel RL28, Free Spirit, at Langton Island in the Spencer Gulf S.A.
Having some fun with the seals.
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Martyn and Leonie Peasey's Allegretto
Allegretto (previously Ranui) had her official re-launch and re-naming ceremony on 2nd November 2014 after Martyn and Leonie spent many months fully restoring her to truly wonderful condition with all creature comforts. Now she can provide many more years of service and pleasure.
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Gary Trost, having sold Polaris now owns Jupiter.
I bought Jupiter at the end of October 2014 and live aboard full time.
I have made some mods to make it more livable, I now have a workable galley.
This is my second RL28 as I had Polaris some years ago but never got to use her as my wife became quite ill.
That part of my life is over now and I am now fulfilling my dream only alone.
October 2015 - Jupiter now has new sails.
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