Completed doing major rehab to interior and exterior for cruising. Has on portside quarterbirth a portable galley/sink made from Igloo Cooler and uses 5 gallon gas tanks for water storage and disposal. Centerboard trunk has clear port and starboard inspection plates for ease of access.

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1974 model mk 1.stock standard not like some rl's in the bay to bay that have big rigs and dont declare my humble opinion the most competitive trailer sailer ever produced in sail in the grove and on the edge We sold her in January 1989 - a very sad day for me after spending my teenage years sailing on her with my mates. Looking forward to the cruisin' right round Australia! Won twilight series local races this(99-00 ) year and look like being well placed in club aggregate for other races.

We lived two blocks away from the Leggs, who are probably the nicest people I have ever met. Race on a performance based handicap but find it hard to compete on a CBH handicap I have a highly modified, flat decked, fixed keel RL24 that I understand RL built to promote a one design racing class.

I believe he was the original owner and fitted it out himself.

The boat is in immaculate condition and continues to be cared for in the loving manner of the previous owner. Mast raising system with separate trailer winch and block & tackle leveraged with two 2 X 2's for stability.

Our sailing will probably be limited to the coast between Hinchinbrook Is and the Whitsundays.

I would be pleased to know of any RLs kept in the area or passing through.SHE IS A MARK 111 WE HAVE BEEN SAILING IN BROKEN BAY, JERVIS BAY & ST GEORGES BASIN & WILL SOON SAIL THE WHITSUNDAYS-EASY, COMFORT SAIL BOAT! The name comes from the original owner, a used car salesman with a sense of humour. We bought Liaison 431 from John Pruden in Dec 2006.Purchased 20 Now moored at Gove (Nhulunbuy) where I currently work. (Trust Me)Recently purchased and currently undergoing restoration. Also attempting to find out history on "Hide Away". Original owner from Lake Bonney Yacht Club at Barmera SA and performed well in National and SA titles in '80s Now it is August 2009. Our previous boat was Splice 231 which we bought from Ken Griffiths in May 2004. She has been sitting out of the water for about 9 years but is in pretty good shape overall. Am interested in history of boat and general RL24 information.Was previously "Juanita" owned by Ken and Lil at Warricknabeal in Vic, given a new balsa and foam sandwich cockpit around turn of century. I purchased Touche in July 1997 from the Louttit Family (then living on the Gold Coast).De osmosised & resprayed 2003, mast made from and old 18' skiff mast. We have had many enjoyable trips cruising the waters of Fraser Island, the Whitsunday Islands, Townsville, and the home of the RL The Broadwater. I purchased Jacqui May 2001 in Brisbane and shipped her back to Melbourne.Probably due to my inexperience but I find it difficult to keep stable with trailing swell. The boat has had two previous names as far as I know. I'd love to trail Jezabel behind my 78 Land Cruiser - perhaps to Noosa, perhaps to the Whitsundays, Mark 1. I've had the boat since the 70s and sailed a lot in Northern Spencer Gulf, mainly in and around Whyalla. TI is in sailing school survey for son James "Always Sailing School" Birkenhead Point marina # ST132.