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Old 04-01-2010
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Again my point is that just because they are balsa cored does not make them inferior or suspect as you keep implying. There are plenty of DRY C&C boats and they are superior or equal to a DRY CS was the point I was making. Thats why your comment about the balsa cored hull was superfluous.

I do not challenege your ability to survey or that they are cored, just if it is a sound hul....it is a sound hull...makes no difference cored or not.

Again I DO challenge you statement that the CS is the best Canadian Boat. I beleive they are equal with the C&C being a faster boat in general. Facts seem to prove that.
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