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Freedom 21
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Description: Freedom 21
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Location: maryland
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Review Date: Tue November 26, 1996 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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A fun little boat, sails just like a FORCE 5, the Gunn mount is a blast and great for single handing


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Review Date: Thu January 9, 2003 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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Sleek looking cat rig, with a full battened, modern cut, large roach main, and a normal length boom. Gun-mount spinnaker, with a pivoting pole mounted on the bow pulpit-all controlled from the cockpit, including spinnaker launching and dousing. A genoa/jib can be added for extra performance. Cabin is as good as it gets in a 21 footer. Large cockpit, with comfortable seating. Stable and easy to sail. Shoal draft is easily trailerable, but stepping/unstepping mast is a 2-3 man job. For serious racing, get the full draft version instead of the shoal draft. Quality construction, made to last. Standard rigging includes unstayed Carbon fiber mast, lazy jacks and all controls leading to the cockpit. Motors well with 2-4 hp 4stroke ob. Sails fast on reaches and runs. Poor upwind with shoal draft in light air (add genoa/jib to improve upwind). Easily single handed. Great for husband/wife cruising and fun racing.
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