RL24, RL28, and RL34 Trailable Yachts
from Rob Legg Yachts
Picture Gallery - Status
I would like to hear from you if you have an RL24, RL28, RL34 or a Status and can send me a picture of your boat.
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RL Picture Galleries:
RL24's in the U.S. 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.
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
A collection of Rob Legg's favourite photographs (1.3MB PDF)
Greg Alward's Status, "The Lemon".
The spinnaker is from an Etchell. Undergoing a cut and polish. Going to the 2004 Bay to Bay. Getting ready for the start of the 2004 Bay to Bay.
James Goodchap's Status 580 Slipstream, "JASUJI JOCA", sail number 006.
Been in water about 6 times, in dry storage for 15 years in the garage. Apart from the varnish
on the cabin door lifting, it is exactly as we bought it new in 1987.
Everything works and we look forward to getting her in the ocean again in
about 2 months. I will be sailing from Mornington. She is in brand new
Cameron Heathwood's Status 580 "Wavewalker IV", sail number 28.
He has only recently bought the boat so the the pics are those supplied by the previous owner.
From Darcy Wilson
Len Ewers Status - Status No. 59 - Illusion
"I purchased it off Kurt Griffiths in the Wollongong area , he could not give much history about the boat. It has moulded seats in it
which I have been told makes it a mark 111, as earlier boats did not come with seats. The hull had been painted white but when
sanded back the original gel coat was sky blue. There was no name on the boat. It most likely sailed out of the Oak Flats club as they
had a good size fleet of Status's in the eighties. No one at the club goes back that far, so was not able to get any information on the boat
from them. I would like to get some of the history of the boat and was hoping you could shed some light on Status no 59."