Firstly, are there any general factors which are typical of Eurosand Kirk which one should be warned of (both positive and negative,
is), such as structural, behaviour under sail and/or motor,rigging,
etc? On this forum there is a lot of info relating to Maramu, butex
Kirk and Euros owners...?!?help
me understand the boat which I may be about to purchase?most
of the time the wind plays hard to get.point ....then
we'll worry about the details!!!Hello Mario,
a short while ago I put some pictures of my Kirk # 81 in the photo
section. Already seen those ?
I own my Kirk now for three years and a good friend of mine own a
Kirk now for 20 years. So there is some experience with the boat
Behaviour of a Kirk in light winds: Light downwind courses need a
spinaker or so upwind courses are no problem. The boat is best in
higher winds and also upwind. The boat ist relatively fast whem
compared on Yardstick. We do win club races quite frequently.
For more specific I suggest that you mail me direct. We have a lot of
photos and some drawings. Also there is plenty of information
regarding renovating a old boat.
If you are planning on using the aft cabin. It is possible for one
person but for the persons too small.
Regards from Hamburg, Germany
If you need more dtailed information please mail direct.