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Re: Is external rudder a good idea?

Thanks for the follow-up. I like to see questions asked, answered, and verified in the real world... you haven't ventilated your rudder while heeled over, or broken it from a following sea, I hope?
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Re: Is external rudder a good idea?

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Thanks for the follow-up. I like to see questions asked, answered, and verified in the real world... you haven't ventilated your rudder while heeled over, or broken it from a following sea, I hope?
First, I posted because I like to see follow-ups on questions asked, so I felt that it was a good idea, even though it is an old thread.
Ventilated... uhm yes maybe a bit but nothing broken, and the mounts are very solid so I feel quite confident about that part.
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Re: Is external rudder a good idea?

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I agree with you.
One thing about an outboard rudder is that it gets the head of the tiller out of the cockpit and this can free up cockpit space. It also moves the rudder planform aft and on a small boat this can help with directional stability. On a big boat with wheel steering there are some ways to control the outbpoard rudder but I have never seen one that I thought was not a bit clumsy. You have far more steering options with an inboard rudder.

The outboard rudder on my own 26'er was absolutely perfect.
So that is Perrywinkle. I have heard you mention the boat but never seen a pic. Very nice! What happened to her?

Oh yea, that was a hijack. I have a barn door on the back of my boat. Works great. Love it.
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Re: Is external rudder a good idea?

To anyone out there who's boat is suffering from weather helm I can help.
Tune your rig, if that doesn't work buy new sails, if that doesn't work learn to shape and trim your sails. if that doesn't if that doesn't work buy a new boat the guy who designed yours was completely incompetent. I'm just saying...it isn't rocket science.
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Re: Is external rudder a good idea?

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To anyone out there who's boat is suffering from weather helm I can help.
Tune your rig, if that doesn't work buy new sails, if that doesn't work learn to shape and trim your sails. if that doesn't if that doesn't work buy a new boat the guy who designed yours was completely incompetent. I'm just saying...it isn't rocket science.
YES... Number one cause of weather helm is over trimmed sails, Two is an improperly tuned rig.
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Re: Is external rudder a good idea?

Here is a short video from last sunday, with the rudder doi'n it's job upwind
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZzl...ature=youtu.be
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