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performance comparison chart

Hi All.
Can somebody tell me were can I find a performance comparison chart of different boat manufactures,
Thanks in advance
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There really is no such thing. The closest thing is the PHRF ratings which are assigned to boats that have been raced. These are gathered on a regional basis. They are not consistent from region to region because the average prevailing winds vary from area to area. So a boat with good light air performance might have a higher rating on the Chesapeake relative to a boat with good heavy air performance than the same boat might have in San Fransico
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New England PHRF

You can look at this site. As Jeff said it varies a bit by locale but this is a good genreal guide and they list a LOT of boats. Even those that are not typical racers.
It is seconds per mile handicap so a boat that rates 30 secs higher should take about that much longer to sail one mile.

http://www.phrfne.org/page/567

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