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Old 13-03-2015, 19:38   #1
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Seguin 44 Performance

Is anyone familiar with the sailing performance of the Seguin 44? It has an SA/D in the 15's and and a D/L of 300 but it has a PHRF of 99.
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Re: Seguin 44 Performance

What??? You want a 120?

Is that a local rating? Are you primarily interested in racing her?
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Re: Seguin 44 Performance

That figure is the base handicap for PHRF New England

PHRF New England - Handicapping - Base Handicaps
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Re: Seguin 44 Performance

Not planning on racing. Just want to get an idea of sailing performance for this boat and don't have an opportunity to sail one myself.
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Re: Seguin 44 Performance

its an S&S design. That is about as good a guarantee of wholesome sailing performance as you can get. Will go weather like a witch but not a surfer off the wind. Still will hold their own against most other designs. Actually, who cares how they sail, they are such beautiful boats they could sail like a slug and I'd still have a smile on my face. As old Uncle Nat said, "A good looking boat always sails well."
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