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Boat Reviews By Owners

1975 -- 18' 0" CLARK

Model: Geary

Cockpit: This is a low-slung boat that has you sitting on the deck with your feet in the cockpit. That is, unless you are in the bucket and out on the trapeeze where only your feet are touching the rubrail.

Cabin: N/A

Construction: They can be wood or fiberglass. Early models were all home made of wood. Clark built a very few hulls of fiberglass and in the 1980s some were molded in Port Townsend from fiberglass.

Handling: This will be the most exciting thing you ever did with your clothes on....that is getting a Geary 18 on a plane on a beam reach. The boat does very well in light or heavy air. An in-board rudder makes for quick maneuvering.

Engine Room: N/A

General Comments: These boats are great for beginners and even better for experienced racers. Because of it's flat design and hard chines you can walk around on it in the water. Very stable.

Email Address: bob-forman@comcast.net


Date Submitted: 2007-07-09

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