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You say, ďBy the classic definition of a fin keel any keel whose bottom is less than 50% of the length of the boat is a fin keel.Ē You have used this statement frequently and its wording implies that it is a well know and published statement. But I canít find any reference that defines it this way. This is a convenient definition but it would be nice to have something to cite when saying this. Where did this come from?
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Study the history of naval architecture and move forward knowing what didnít work before.
Donít waste time making the same old mistakes but instead make new ones and to insure your place in history be sure the mistakes are big ones.
Never design a mast that is weaker then the boat
Never design a boat that is weaker then the mast
Never listen to someone describe why your project will not work unless they can show you the broken pieces of their own version.