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San Juan 21

San Juan 21

In 1970, designer Don Clark set to work on the plans for a tidy, trailer-able sloop that could be day sailed, raced, and even cruised aboard for a weekend. His solution employed a retractable swing keel, a kickup rudder assembly, and an easily stepped and rigged spar. The Clark Boat Company, in Seattle, built the early boats from 1971, and the company soon added an additional factory in New Bern, North Carolina, in 1974. Some 2,700 San Juan 21s were built; the design went out of production in the late 1980s. Today, the class enjoys a spirited following and active racing on both coasts and into Canada.

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