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Old 30-12-2015, 07:44   #76
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Re: What is considered a normal degree of heeling?


My W27 doesn't handle well with only head or main up.. Best to have a smaller jib and reefed main IF you're sstill working out the kinks. Full main and an 85%'er up front and I can make near 5kn w/o heeling more than 5 +/-degrees. With a 110% yankee hoisted, the speed goes up without too much heel. I, as well as my W27, like to stay on our feet!


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