Glen L 15 Sail Data

# X-SD-5513

Sailboat Description

The Glen L 15 is a sloop rigged sailboat with a generous sized open cockpit. Ideal for family sailing and roomy seating to accomadate a large group easily. The generous sail area make it a lively boat yet its moderate enough to be safely and easily sailed. The centerboard, hard chine type hull carries a total of 114 square feet of sail area, 90 sf in the main and 24 sf in the jib. Then GLen L 15 can also use a outboard up to 7 1/2 HP for auxiliary power for use as a fishing skiff or work boat.

  • LOA 15' 1"
  • Beam 6'
  • Hull weight 370 lbs.
  • Beam 6'
  • Draft 2'
  • Cockpit size 4.5' x 11'
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    Boat Specifications

    Length15.083 ft
    Builder/DesignerGlen L Marine
    Source of DataDesigner/Builder Sailplan

    Sail Data

    Genoa

    Luff12.5ft
    Foot6.83ft
    Leech12.33ft
    Headn/a
    Clew-Throatn/a
    Stayn/a
    CommentsThe typical set up for a glen L 15, will have a genoa sheet outside the side stays this will limit the sail to reaching and downwind sailing

    Jibsail

    Luff12ft
    Foot4.42ft
    Leech11ft
    Headn/a
    Clew-Throatn/a
    Stayn/a
    Commentsn/a

    Mainsail

    Luff18.33ft
    Foot9.83ft
    Leech20ft
    Head0.33ft
    Clew-Throatn/a
    Stayn/a
    Commentsloose footed, three leech battens

    *A computer algorithm was used to determine this figure based on partial data (usually the I, J, E, and P). These data points should be carefully checked. More Details >

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