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Old 01-12-2011, 13:44   #31
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Re: Boom Furling Pros and Cons, Please

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hmpfff. I'll give it another try: On monohulls you can heel and roll. Downwind when the boom is sticking outside the hull, it's possible that the boom will hit the water. The higher the waves are, the more likely this is....

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Good points in favour of a MULTIHULL. Which we are supposed to be talking about in the MULTIHULL FORUM aren't we?
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Old 01-12-2011, 21:07   #32
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Good points in favour of a MULTIHULL. Which we are supposed to be talking about in the MULTIHULL FORUM aren't we?
It sure is. However, multihulls have high shockloads in their rigging instead (because they don't heel which would absorb those shocks). A trimaran gets best of both in many of these comparisons....

But I'm sure happy that somebody understood what I wrote :-)

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Re: Boom Furling Pros and Cons, Please

Do you understand that trimarans are multihulls too?
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Do you understand that trimarans are multihulls too?
Sure! Do you understand that I don't dislike multihulls and even like some a lot? :-)

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Re: Boom Furling Pros and Cons, Please

I just wanted to post a meaningless post in regard to the orginal question to justify the time I spent reading the thread.
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I just wanted to post a meaningless post in regard to the orginal question to justify the time I spent reading the thread.
No kidding, Don.
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