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  1. The deep rudders so the expensive ones cheers
  2. Just so we are on same track any photos?
  3. Keen. Darcy were are u based? long shot getting them to auckland somehow? Any one coming this way???
  4. windrush 14 for sale $150

    Still have these rudders?
  5. Any windy14 deep rudders?
  6. Windrush 14 in Nz

    I have got hold of my first boat a Windrush 14 and have been enjoying getting it ready to sail. New ropes and inspection ports and glueing in foam in hull and deep rudder repair to come. The sail number is 2919 except i think the main is older than the jib. It has foam in the bottom of the hulls and only two rear original inspection ports and deep rudders. It has no numbers stamped on it I can find. I am looking forward to getting it in the water and seeing if it is a solid boat. This is my first boat so I have been reading the forum to learn as much as possible in a short space. There seems to be no Windrush scene here in Nz, no idea why? Where these boats made in Nz? so I seem to be on my own. Cheers. Stuart
  7. NZ Windrush

    Bought needs a bit of work, new ropes and some work on glueing back in foam on hulls. Great having my mates help. Getting know the boat better every day? Any one know any nz Windrush sailors?
  8. NZ Windrush

    Well at 51 I bought my first boat and plan to sail it at Taipa in doubtless bay. Pretty spoilt I rekon cause I am taking it to a mate who is 2x Volvo champ for him to tweak. Still don't know if I bought a lemon. For some reason I liked the write ups about windrush and this bought appeared solid enough to me though I am from a paddling and surfing background. Does anyone know of other NZ Windrush sailors that are members here. Be great to make contact. I will post some photos when I pick it up and if its not a lemon will tell you about the boat from a Volvo perspective. By the way where I am taking, TAIPA it has a local sailing club so I hope I am allowed to sail it there. Good winds. ZenLife. Stuart