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Re: 135 genoa vs 155 genoa
This is a very light wind area in the summer and I have always regarded a 150 as the working jib.
It's called the "number one" for good reason.
Racers around here have at least two 150's - a light & a heavy. The light one is for less than 10 knots, the heavy for up to 15-18 and then they start changing down.
People with furlers seem to settle on 135's generally.
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