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Boat Type:C1   Boat Length:4m
Manufacturer:? In Germany   Boat Width:70cm
Designer:Hermann Roock and Norbert Schmidt   Boat Volume:various
Year:1975   Boat Weight:various
Material:Composite   Boat Category:Race
Primary Use:Slalom   Cockpit Size:standard slalom
Secondary Use:River running   Depth:
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An early attempt at a sneak boat in that the stern was a good deal lower than the bow. Some did not like the low stern so there was a home-built version that consisted of two bows seamed together. Neither version was manufactured in the US so far as I know. I don't recall who did the double-bow version-JRS. This was considered a very hot and desireable boat around DC for a short interval between the Hahn and the Max II, although not a lot of them were built. I don't recall it being raced, but I knew folks who cruised them. I believe that Bill McKnight may have had a mold;not sure if it was single or double-ended.-Unicorn .

Image is of Bob Kauffman, in a Roocke-Schmidt he built. This one features the race-oriented (flatter, no bumps) deck. is managed by Adam Pearsall and Kenneth Sarzynski with graphic artwork by Sara Pearsall
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