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re: New Morgan owner

you might try asking charlie morgan. he helped me with some questions. the larger morgans were not designed to sail with much heel. i would guess less than 10 deg is optimal. your teletales and log should be the best guide. 8 sounds a little high for design speed but I'm no expert on that.
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