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Re: Full or Shoal Keel on New Oyster 575?

That's not what Marty meant. You can either make contributory posts or go to the song chain thread in Off Topic and run up a dozen easily.
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Re: Full or Shoal Keel on New Oyster 575?

What does it matter! he got his 20 posts, we get th phun of watching. He could also go to an ingnoramous thread......not that too many are runing around right now......

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Re: Full or Shoal Keel on New Oyster 575?

I'm sure I did it too, when I first joined. There is just a better way.
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Re: Full or Shoal Keel on New Oyster 575?

sunny day in wonderfull port ludlow, tomorrow get to race home...........

yep, an oyster would be nice,.......but you know what, my 30 Jeanneau does me just fine! Now maybe if I wanted to cruise the world.....but the salish sea.......too bad Oyster does not build a mid 30'r any more! wife would like one I am sure.

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Re: Full or Shoal Keel on New Oyster 575?

Blows me away that people cannot come up with a measly 15 odd posts that contain at least some content.

Anywho, that is neither here not there.

OK you technical wizards ..... all this talk about nowt better than deep draught. Obviously all that draught is yea team for a slog to windward but what about reaching and running ? Is their really any advantage in those situations ?
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