On December 15, 1930, the gliding club of Weißenburg in Bayern presents, on the market place of the city, its third realization, a glider called "Möwe" (seagull). This elegant machine was financed by the president of the club, Ludwig ARAUNER, who may have been the designer (?).
We do not know more about the fate of this magnificent glider except that it had been considered too heavy, which, at the time, was generally considered a disadvantage.
Type Single seat glider
Dimensions Length  , height  ,  span 14,0 m , wing area   ,
Weights Empty , loaded  , max. take off weight  
Performance Max.. speed  , cruising speed  , range , endurance  , service ceiling   , climb
Type Werk.Nr Registration History
Möwe Built by Segelflug-Vereins Weißenburg i. Bay. e.V.