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Keith,

Never met Jim and Heather. Big marina.

I know what you mean about how solid the Pacific Seacrafts are. I don't miss that feeling that you're sailing a plastic bag.

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Yeah, I agree with both the heave to with or without the staysail; and any time you need to take a break, does not need to be heavy weather.
And our 34 falls off a wave with a resounding thunk! Again, and again..without complaining louder than my hollering
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