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I have a friend at our club who has a Mutineer and another who i race against With a Bucaneer. From what i can gather watching them, the Mutineer seem to have about the same sailing characteristics of a Sunfish. They don''t apear to be tippy at all, but they don''t have a lot of room. The Bucaneer appears to be very stable, has lots of room and apparently sails quite well as he has given us a hard time on several occasions on the race course.
I can tell you first hand that if you want a daysailer that isn''t even a little tippy by a Flying Scot. Thats what i sail now and i love it. I can hang of the rigging over the edge of the boat and it wont tip over. For me that would be a swimming lesson on any other dingy.