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I've edited my question here, as my original was more of a general boat/rigging theory inquiry.
Concerning this boat, its MCF is 34.97, the MCF on the WetSnail we're looking at is 43.61.
I'm assuming this means the Ganley has shorter, choppier roll characteristics; opposed to the long slow roll of the W32?
Does MCF have correction factors that take into account hull shape, material, ballest, etc - in order to essentially compare apples and oranges, or is it just a gross measure of dimensions/weight distribution?
Last edited by Kielanders; 01-26-2012 at 01:49 PM.