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Rhodes 19


The Rhodes 19 was designed by Philip Rhodes after World War II, when an airplane producer sought a new purpose for its molded-plywood construction facilities. The boat, which is raced with a minimum of three people, began to be adopted in New England as a junior trainer and racer. The builder closed in the 1970s, but new production began at Stuart Marine of Maine in 1984 and has continued since. Uniquely among one-design classes racing today, the Rhodes 19 is available as either a centerboard dinghy or a keelboat. (Not surprisingly, the two boats race separately for national events.) The boat is actively raced in New England, the Midwest, and the Southeast. Rhodes 19 Rhodes_19

Short Name: 
Rhodes 19
Length Overall: 
1 325
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Sail Area Upwind: 
Philip Rhodes
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Chicago, IL
United States
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Winthrop, MA
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Charlestown, MA
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Edgartown, MA
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Fairhope, AL
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Gloucester, MA
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Hingham Bay, MA
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Manchester, MA
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Marblehead, MA
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Nantucket, MA
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Riverside, RI
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New Orleans, LA
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Rockport, MA
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Savannah, GA
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St Croix, VI
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Wellfleet, MA
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