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SO i am looking at a WIndrider, trying to find anything close to it in speed wise and stability. Have any one of you sailed one?
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I just recently sailed a Windrider 17 at our local state park where they rent them. I had it out for about 2 hrs in 8-10 knot winds in a lake setting. This was a very easy boat to sail, incredibly stable, and it will move very quickly in the right wind. I didn't have my GPS with me, but in even these moderate winds it felt like I was getting to over 5 knots with ease. I was very impressed with this boat, and can't wait to go an try it again. You should find a place to rent one.
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