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Re: Pros and cons of steel sailboats

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Originally Posted by Brent Swain View Post
On BD.net, Tad Roberts calculated the AVS on my 36 at 165 degrees, and Jim calculated it at 175 degrees ,posted on the origamiboats site.
Bob claims that 123 degrees is "a fine number",but 165 and 175 degrees is "unstable?"
Ya sure , Bob!
Actually - you have no idea what your own boats' AVS is. You, the "designer" have to rely on others to come up with a number. Then you want to "improve" even that. Remember when you said it was 183 degrees?

When you try to mock Bob in these areas you really confirm the fact that you're a clown, Brent.
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