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C22 and the ocean

I live in down east Maine and sail a swing keel C22 that I have had here for 6 years and was owned And sailed by my neighbor here for at least 10 years.
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Re: Seaworthiness

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Hello, Why can't you sail her off shore? The wind blows the same outside as it does on the lakes. Only one thing to take into consideration, wave action.
The ocean waves act differently than lakes because of current and depth.
I have not had a 26 but I did have a 22 swing keel and sailed her in the southern new jersey area just fine for about two years till I sold her.
There are two Chryslers in the area here and I see them every year in the marina, so I'm assuming they sail them frequently. Good luck, start lightly and get a feel for it. Don't under estimate your boat but respect her abilities, and most of all have fun.
Old Old post, but I have a C-22. What part of Jersey are these Chrysler's in and are they still in use?

I travel to Jersey often and would love to talk to someone still sailing one.
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