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Re: Cape Dory 30 - How slow is "slow?"

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Hey, you got me there, I dont really know and I dont particularly care, but remembering far distant struggles with a 170% genoa (such sail having pretty much disappeared from contemporary sailing...), it hard to fathom the reality of a jib that large...
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Re: Cape Dory 30 - How slow is "slow?"

Another argument in favor of the CD30 is the large and supportive community over at the Cape Dory board, where I have yet to see a thread degenerate into all this name-calling.
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Re: Cape Dory 30 - How slow is "slow?"

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where I have yet to see a thread degenerate into all this name-calling.
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