|Construction||Wood; GRP; Composite|
|LOA||3.78 m (12 ft 5 in)|
|Beam||1.55 m (5 ft 1 in)|
|Draft||1.07 m (3 ft 6 in)|
|Hull weight||70 kg (150 lb)|
|Mast height||5.97 m (19 ft 7 in)|
|Mainsail area||8.36 m2 (90.0 sq ft)|
Originally designed in wood, competitive boats are now widely available in Fibre Reinforced Plastic (FRP) or composite construction (FRP hull and wood deck) as well as wood.
2006 was the 50th anniversary of the design and the Class Association organised a series of events to celebrate.
- Light, double-chined hull
- Constructed from wood, GRP or composite (GRP hull, wooden decking)
- Available as a kit, part-built or complete. Plans available from the RYA for a completely DIY boat
- Keel stepped, stayed mast
- Fully battened sail
- Inward sloping decks for comfortable sitting out
- Most boats have centre mainsheet, but aft sheeting permitted by class rules
- A Very Active Class Association
RYA Clubs with large Solo fleets
- Bough Beech Sailing Club, near Sevenoaks, Kent
- , Chew Valley Lake Sailing Club, Somerset
- Chipstead Sailing Club, Sevenoaks, Kent
- Fishers Green Sailing Club, Waltham Abbey, Essex
- Island Barn Reservoir Sailing Club, West Molesey, London/Surrey border
- Kingsmead Sailing Club, Berkshire
- Littleton Sailing Club, Shepperton, Middlesex
- Midland Sailing Club, Birmingham
- Ripon Sailing Club, Farnham, near Knaresborough, North Yorkshire.
- South Cerney Sailing Club, Gloucestershire
- Wraysbury Lake Sailing Club, Middlesex
- "Centerboard Classes-Inactive". US Sailing. Retrieved 31 July 2012.
- "Portsmouth Number List 2012". Royal Yachting Association. Retrieved 31 July 2012.
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