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

Originally Posted by bobperry View Post
I'm more of a throw pillows. macramed whiskey bottles and doilies kind of guy.
After all, you should have figured out by now that I am the sensitive type.

I try to aim for 24" side decks and work from there. 28" sounds yummy to me.
An extra 6" of cabin room (25" side decks) is one of those things that should have been done at my limitations are what I can do now on a budget.

Back too sails. I know laminated sails perform better, I have actually been looking at Load-path sails..but how is there comparative longevity to Dacron for extended offshore cruising. I have been told they don't hold up very well to UV.
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