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Re: Production Boats and the Limits

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Originally Posted by ctl411 View Post
Do you miss the quicker more spirited ride of the smaller boat?
Honestly, no. I really like the speed and smoothness of the H40. Her sails are freakin' HUGE! She's very responsive - and way easier to sail than the tiller'd C27.

Of course, I've only had her out in 15-20 knots max in Galveston Bay. We'll see how she does in 25-30...but I'm confident in her.
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