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Old 11-02-2013
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Re: Sailing, safety, & size

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Originally Posted by Minnewaska View Post
Seeing that no one is convincing anyone else of their position, I'm just going to argue that I am right without taking one.
Yours IS the correct reply....

A quick note here.

As the OP of this thread, I was just trying to get a feeling for the thoughts about the subject. I NEVER thought about trying to convince ANY ONE about the subject, one way or the other. Although my belief is that any boat can be safe or not, regardless of size.

I do get a kick out of people who look down on smaller (35 foot & less) boats as less capable of voyage making than bigger boats. I find it interesting that people believe Jill and I sail our 27 because we can't afford a larger, "safer" boat.

Greg
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