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Maybe not cutting edge interesting, but certainly strange. A new type of twin rudder design?


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Maybe not cutting edge interesting, but certainly strange. A new type of twin rudder design?


I suppose it adds more drag, and much more steering force required in some conditions, in relation to what? stability? sea kindness?. I know nothing, thats why I suppose and ask.
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Wouldn't the windward fin act like an elevator when heeled and lift or dive the stern?
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Anasazi Girl, the Open 40 being sailed around the world by James Burwick and his family - including 3 children ages 1,3, and 5 has been dismasted near Cape Horn and was towed to Puerto Williams by a Chilean Navy ship.

Two crews dismasted near Cape Horn | Yachting World

And their own site where it hasn't been posted yet.

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Re: Interesting Sailboats

This story is more than a month old! Anasazi Girl stays in Puerto Williams, Chile in the Beagle Canal, parents and three children living onboard. They are well!
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True, but I haven't seen it posted here.
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Thanks Miti for posting that. It was news to me.
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Anasazi Girl, the Open 40 being sailed around the world by James Burwick and his family - including 3 children ages 1,3, and 5 has been dismasted near Cape Horn and was towed to Puerto Williams by a Chilean Navy ship.

Two crews dismasted near Cape Horn | Yachting World

And their own site where it hasn't been posted yet.

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Interesting Sailboats: SAD NEWS ABOUT ANASAZI GIRL AND THE BURWICK FAMILY
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Re: Interesting Sailboats

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In the link I posted it states that their Open 40 was towed to Puerto Williams by the Navy.

On your blog you say they lost the boat.

Which is correct?
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Paulo

In the link I posted it states that their Open 40 was towed to Puerto Williams by the Navy.

On your blog you say they lost the boat.

Which is correct?
The boat was towed.
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Interesting is however, that Anasazi Girl has been for sale for quite a while because "James Burwick has acquired a catamaran for his now larger family to live aboard".
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