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Old 08-02-2010, 05:43   #1
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Welcome aboard Jule. This is a fine place to get information on sailing.
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Old 08-02-2010, 09:58   #7
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Welcome to the forum Julie....whats a Ker 11.3?
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The Ker 11.3 is an English state-of-the-art, third generation, One-Design offering exceptional performance and excitement.

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Welcome to the forum Julie....whats a Ker 11.3?
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It's a great fun racing boat which beats the hell out of you! Awesome fun and we have managed to get 24,5 knots downwind in a big sea on a race. Wet and screaming with fun!!!!!!!
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Old 10-02-2010, 12:11   #11
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It's a great fun racing boat which beats the hell out of you! Awesome fun and we have managed to get 24,5 knots downwind in a big sea on a race. Wet and screaming with fun!!!!!!!
Now thats sounds like fun
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We crossed with the ARC in 2007 and partied before and after with Minnie The Moocher. Lady looking a lot like you was present.
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Sounds way too fast for me. Lucky to do 10 off a wave.
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Hiya and welcome Julie.

Too fast for me, that kinda speed would give me asthma.

PS. I once did 9 knots !!!!
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Well, 8.5 actually.
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