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I'm sure it was a typo.

I think what he meant to say was;
"Cars and TV? Rally."

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On the other thread comment was made low freeboard center boarders may have an advantage in survival storms. Thinking was they could slide down the face of breaking waves. See the pogo series, the Garcias, and boreals not to mention the new grp dagger boarders made here as a new trend in modern sailboat design which is continuing . Beyond expense and complications would anyone care to comment on downside of this trend? Is the upside of less risk of broaching borne out in experience? Can we expect more new designs like this with bulbed fins going the way of full keels.

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Would you folks care to have a go at the South Sea 61. The new Pacific Seacraft Bob designed. I got just got an email from PSC marketing the new boat. So she 's in production mode now.
Bob knows if I ever wanted and could go bigger it would be the first boat I would look at.

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Is the South Sea 61 basically a production version of Catari? I really like the ketch rig and dual cockpit exits both center and aft. Maybe it's just the ketch rig, but it caught my eye like the Cherubini I spotted on the hard in Rock Hall, MD last year.
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A new daysailor, or should I say dayracer, Rosso 28. Is it just me , or are the offerings in the fast daysailor category getting more numerous all the time.
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Bob: An update on Catari would be awesome!
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Yes, her South Sea is the production version of CATARI.

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A correction for Paulo. Mark Mills is in the UK not the US. Get upset if you like paulo but that is a fact.

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A correction to you: Mills is not based in UK but on Ireland.

I mentioned it because contrary to Bruce Farr and Jim Pugh he is a native American. Probably he has not an American cabinet because most of his work is in Europe even if it is from the three firms the only one that has made a recent design for what was once a charismatic US brand: C&C yachts


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A correction to you: Mills is not based in UK but on Ireland.

I mentioned it because contrary to Bruce Farr and Jim Pugh he is a native American. Probably he has not an American cabinet because most of his work is in Europe even if it is from the three firms the only one that has made a recent design for what was once a charismatic US brand: C&C yachts
I thought C&C was Canadian.......
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