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Re: HMS Bounty in trouble...

Yeah thats it Casey...thank you

This is it

http://www.cruisingonstrider.us/Treacherous.htm
http://www.cruisingonstrider.us/RightingArms.htm
http://www.cruisingonstrider.us/USCGrules.htm
http://www.cruisingonstrider.us/Metacenter.htm

Is fascinating reasoning to ralize the effect of changing the design andits affect on the boat

I hope the CG inquirey looks into the design change from the original plans and also the reballasting of the keel weights to see if this affected Bountys menuverability or sea motion when under sail or sea state condition.
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