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Soverel 30
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Description: Soverel 30
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Registered: January 2000
Location: maryland
Posts: 1888
Review Date: Thu June 12, 1997 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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Cons:

great boat.fast(phrf 126), with full interior. sleeps 8
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Review Date: Fri November 7, 1997 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
Pros:
Cons:

Have sailed this "light-air" boat in both the northern Chesapeake and in the Delaware Bay/River. Its the first boat that I've owned though I've sailed others. Its a fast boat designed to MORC rule, wide beam, narrow entry. I think its well made& others whom I respect agree. It sails well with just me and one other but really needs at least three to start to perform. Its a light boat and tends to pound a bit when the water gets rough, a not uncommon feature of the Delaware. Performs well on all points of sail and points high. It was designed primarily for racing but has a huge interior and is very liveable.
Shortcomings include the pounding I noted, is easy to overpower and not real good, I suspect, in a real blow though I've always managed to duck in so far. The head is located in the forepeak and not very functional but otherwise the layout is pretty good for cruising.
Strengths include speed, all around fun, safety inherent in MORC rule boats in general and to me anyway its a beatiful thing to look at.
I love it.
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Registered: January 2000
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Review Date: Fri November 7, 1997 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
Pros:
Cons:

Have sailed this "light-air" boat in both the northern Chesapeake and in the Delaware Bay/River. Its the first boat that I've owned though I've sailed others. Its a fast boat designed to MORC rule, wide beam, narrow entry. I think its well made& others whom I respect agree. It sails well with just me and one other but really needs at least three to start to perform. Its a light boat and tends to pound a bit when the water gets rough, a not uncommon feature of the Delaware. Performs well on all points of sail and points high. It was designed primarily for racing but has a huge interior and is very liveable.
Shortcomings include the pounding I noted, is easy to overpower and not real good, I suspect, in a real blow though I've always managed to duck in so far. The head is located in the forepeak and not very functional but otherwise the layout is pretty good for cruising.
Strengths include speed, all around fun, safety inherent in MORC rule boats in general and to me anyway its a beatiful thing to look at.
I love it.
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