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Old 09-01-2015, 00:00   #91
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Re: Plumb Bows, Slab Sides, and Wet Decks

Originally Posted by Polux View Post
Yes I believe it is not your type of boat, neither a club racer but a performance cruiser. If you want to race Pogo makes racers too (Mini racer, 40class racer).

With a Pogo cruiser you will end last in almost all club races that are handicap races. The boat has a lousy handicap and was not designed for that but just for the ones that like to cruise really fast, long range cruising too.
Long range cruising Have any circumnavigated??

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