the interior hull and rigging is in excellent condition.
an attractive, fast, and seaworthy small racing
keelboat -- an agreeable cross between a planing
dinghy and a keelboat. Its award-winning design is
classic, and its construction is durable.
The Yngling shares the Soling's sleek form,
well-balanced rig, and responsive helm, yet sails
happily with a 3-person crew weight of 450 - 500 lbs.
(200 - 230 kg.). It performs in a zephyr, yet retains
control in 25 knots. Under spinnaker it is a lively
performer, happily surfing waves. Its self-bailing
cockpit makes the Yngling unsinkably safe, perfect as
a junior boat or a sailing-program boat.
A new Yngling costs less than most similar-sized
racing keelboats. Strict one-design rules curb
expensive modification. Sturdy construction produces
simple and inexpensive maintenance, and a durable
hull: 30-year old boats are still competitive!
Yngling class associations throughout the world are
strong and enthusiastic, backed by ISAF International
Class status since 1979. The Yngling is the boat for
the 2004 Olympic Women's Keelboat event. Over 4,000
boats are sailing worldwide. There are licensed
builders in Australia, Canada, Denmark, Germany,
Italy, and the U.S.A.
the Yngling is sold