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Re: Pearson Vanguard 33 reviews?
Phil Rhodes worked for Cox & Stevens, which changed its name to Philip Rhodes Naval Architects and Marine Engineers in 1947.
I had a Vanguard for a number of years, and I agree with what Jeff H said.
We'll it looks like I've been grossly misinformed. I apologize I read an article and forum contents on the C-29 and thought it was true. I guess what they say about everything about everything on the internet being true doesn't hold up!
Thanks for your input. So you agree they are somewhat poorly built layup wise and obviously won't point as high as modern fin keel boats? Or was there some other aspect you are wanting to share. Thanks again for all the input.