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Old 10-11-2010, 06:14   #31
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Good question and lots of good answers. I didi find the discussion of waterline lenght to be missing one very important point. And that would be the discussion of heeled waterline as opposed to static. Boats with lots of overhang gain a good bit of waterline when heeled.


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