Serenity is an F3F sailplane designed to be flown on the slope in moderate to high wind conditions. Serenity wing features MS1.8/9 airfoil that was specially modified for this sailplane, the benefit of that are excellent air penetration, very wide range of speed, and good thermal abilities. Its flying weight is approx. 1060 grams (37.5 oz.), but its full potential is reviled when flying in higher wind condition and plain is ballast to 1600 grams + of flying weight. The Serenity wing could be built with ailerons and flaps or with the ailerons only if desired by the builder.
- Composite fuselage pod is made of few layers of fiber glass with carbon fiber and glass roving reinforcements for extra strength. It has removable canopy for easy access to the radio gear and has V-shaped wing saddle with molded in nuts for the wing mounting.
- Tapered tail boom is made of carbon fiber/glass composite.
- Wing cores are precision cut from white polystyrene foam, and the black poplar veneer is bonded to the foam with aircraft industry grade epoxy in high pressure molds for perfect airfoil fidelity and a warp-free wing.
- Light weight V-tail is made of foam cores cover with thin poplar veneer for durability and stiffness and has hinged control surfaces
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