boatbuilding class 2016 Cebu - 9 boats hit the water in two days - Oz Goose sailboat
Fastest Goose on the lake - really simple sails - reallysimplesails.com
downhaul tension for light and moderate winds on lug rig - oz goose sailboat

Rigging details for the Oz Goose sailboat – and other lug rigged sailboats

What we have learned by sailing and racing the sixteen (now 27 as of last weekend) Oz Geese in the Philippines. Some money saving simplifications and some tweaks that will give a lot more performance to most lug rigged (and other boats). There is nothing unusual in these methods, just a translation of regular racing practice in more conventional boats. Don’t scoff – you can say “I’m a cruiser” – but there are times when everyone wants or needs to get upwind 10 or 20 percent faster.
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Aluminium spars on PDRacer that won world titles - opengoose.om

Substituting aluminium spars on the Oz Goose sail boat

The plans for the various Goose versions show timber spars. Some have contacted me asking about using aluminium tubing. I do like the timber spars because they look nice.  But you can save a bit of weight on the yard by using an alloy tube. Brad Hickman did all the work on this and with […]
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building 10 Goose sailboats in the Philippines - OzGoose

Oz Goose sailboat everything from a trainer to high wind solo thrills

Why the Goose makes sense for beginning sailors through to intermediate. And how it is fun for experienced sailors too. 12.9 knots measured top speed and plenty of time above 10, yet a docile boat that moves well with a family or instructor plus two students aboard.
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Oz Goose with electric outboard - opengoose.com
Mike Coleman's expedition Goose - opengoose.com

And, The Adventure Begins!

My name is Mike Coleman. I am 37 years old. And, I live in Greenville, South Carolina. Always being one to seek out the next adventure, I found boat building and sailing a few months back I am building a Goose to sail in several events over the next two years.
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Sail Oklahoma, Ducks and Oz Geese - opengoose.com

Sail Oklahoma is on October 4-8 2012. Food, Friends and Boats

We hope a gaggle of Geese will show up at Sail OK! in Octber 4-8 this year. For one reason, we are welcoming Geese to race in our Heartland of America Duck Races. You will race same course and at same time as the Ducks but be scored in your own class and have your […]
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Hello world! Goose Duck Goose. All rectangular sailboats welcome, er, EVERYBODY welcome

The Oz Goose is fast (measured to 13.8knots (15mph) but is a great family boat that sails well with two adults and a bunch of kids aboard. The Goose is a simple stable sailboat for one or more persons. It is also fast – here is Ian Henehan’s goose at 10 to 12 knots (20 […]
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