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Nonsuch 22 - Steering Issue

I am the proud owner of a Nonsuch 22'. I (she) has developed a strong pull to starboard when under power at approximately 1,500 rpm's and getting stronger at 2,000 rpm's, my cruising speed, when there is no wind. I have had my quadrant, my shaft alignment and my prop professionally checked and all seems to be okay but the problem still persists. Has anyone experienced a similar problem and what can be done about it. Any advice would be appreciated.
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Have you contacted anyone in the owners' association? They have one of the best ones around. You could check with other N22 owners there.

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check your underwater paint. Starboard side might be dirty. This is caused by improper application, position of sun in the dock or other sea conditions.
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