The Wavelength 24 was designed by Paul Lindenberg primarily for MORC racing, but is raced in one-design fleets on the U.S. West Coast. This keelboat is still in production at Lindenburg Yachts, Lindenberg's Florida company, which also produces several other in-house designs. Fleet number 1 is in Eugene, Oregon, where the first annual national championships were held in 1997. The boat features a large masthead rig with symmetric spinnaker. Newer boats have a redesigned deck, with a longer and rounder cockpit, but no change to the hull, keel, sails, or weight.
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