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Avaganda, KA ????
à jour au: 2021
1977 Plan Paul Whiting, built in Ply/Ply-Glass Glassed and epoxy saturated, Custom Built



1977 6 December, Half Ton Cup, Sydney: 16e/22

1978 For sale

2005 Rebuilt

Avangada, RF 126

2017-2018 4/11-3/Feb, Royal Perth Yacht Club: 6 - 5 - 5 - 3 - 18 - 20 = 3e/79 Div 2, Dennis ROSS

2019 23 November, Division 2 Invitational Race 4: 3e/31 Div 2, Dennis ROSS

2021 April, For Sale Whiting 32 Half Tonne Yacht AVAGANDA built for the 1978 World Championships in diagonal strip ply glassed over, rebuilt in 2005 at over $44,000, now has bulb keel, taller rig, swept back spreaders, new Malcom Runnals designed rudder, main, NO.'s 2,3,4 and 5 headsails, 2 Spinnakers. Competitive Div 2 sailer at RFBYC, won the interclub series 3 years ago, regularly finishes in the first 4 accross the line on thursdays with quite a few Fastests. Includes a Johnson 9.9 hp outboard, located in Perth Region RFBYC Mosman Bay, AU $9,500 Negotiable"




April, comments from Facebook, "I'm pretty sure you won't find any published interior shots in Australian sailing magazines, even when the production Whitings (Avaganda, Magic Dragon, Bodega etc....actually Bodega was the plug IIRC) were new. I tend to collect half tonner articles and don't know of any production production Whiting interior pics.", see: https://forums.sailinganarchy.com/index.php?/topic/22111-whiting-12-tonner/
Matt G. "I know Avaganda well, a very light and quick boat. I used to race against her in my Whiting 32 Kiwi Express. Both are 40 years old but fast boats and great fun to sail"