I-20 (Sailing Scow)

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I-20
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Class Symbol
Current Specifications
Crew 2
Type Monohull
Construction Fibreglass
LOA 20 ft (6.1 m)
Beam 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Hull weight 595 lb (270 kg)
Mainsail area 114 sq ft (10.6 m2)
Jib / Genoa area 62 sq ft (5.8 m2)
Spinnaker area 265 sq ft (24.6 m2)

The I-20 is a modernized version of the M-20. It is a 20 ft (6.1 m) sloop rigged scow with a spinnaker. The boat was first built at Melges Boat Works, now Melges Performance Sailboats. The boat has two bilgeboards and two small rudders. After a couple years of experimentation, the class settled on its current rules in 2002. The new rules permitted a larger, asymmetrical spinnaker and a carbon fiber rig. It is currently made by Windward Boatworks. In 2005, Melges brought out a new Melges 17 to compete with the I-20.

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