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

Originally Posted by bobperry View Post
What the hell difference does it make?

You have clients who pride themselves on hitting rocks. I call that bad navigation and then I call it stupidity. Yachting for the mentally impaired. I don't care how my boat was built. I would do everything in my power to keep it off the rocks. Period!

You like your agricultural looking boats and some of us don't. Go your own way and we can go ours. If you want to anchor in quiet cove looking like the dog's breakfast then fine. I want my boats to enhance any environment they find themselves in. I am a yacht designer.

We will NEVER agree. NEVER
183 degrees limit of positive stability?
I agree a fine boat should consist of form and function complementing each other (and the 183 degree limit of vanishing stability is something I said "tongue in cheek").
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