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Re: Production Boats and the Limits

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Originally Posted by jorgenl View Post
I think Jimmy C is building a new boat and the rudder does not appear to be skeg hung?
If you are talking about Aventura IV (an Exploration 45), she is a shallow draft design with twin rudders and a centre board, and (OMG!) a bow thruster...


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