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Thank you all.....

I'm glad to know it's nothing mechanical with the boat it's just me....

I have read all post's and will practice, practice, practice....
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I think it was in 1984 that I visited the USS Saratoga, 300 and something meters in length Aircraft carrier, 4 turbines - with officially 120000 hp each, and at normal cruising speed (whatever that may be) at least 4 miles to stop.
Sorry - what was your question?
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Cavitation from the prop at hi revs is my guess
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