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Re: Bob Perry's take on Wolfenzee's dream boat

Brent:
Yes I see from your web site that your hulls are not all identical. I suppose if you were willing to add even more darts/chines you could do just about any shape you wanted. I just prefer the freedom of dictating my own shapes that often require compound curvature.

Your Genoa 55 looks very nice.

No. Jeff's rudder is better off without a skeg. This way it can have some balance area to it and that will reduce the loads on the AP. He doesn't need a skeg to mkake it strong. Maybe it's carbon.

" steel mast" Oh my.
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