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Originally Posted by KeelHaulin View Post
.... I think the issue is more of "sail balance" rather than whether there should be a reverse bubble at the luff. .... you should try getting the bubble out of the luff then try and trim the sails until there is minimal weather or lee helm.
Glad you've changed your mind...
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