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Search: Posts Made By: speedyrigger
Forum: MacGregor 12-14-2006
Replies: 29
Views: 13,103
Posted By speedyrigger
Bonjour Gaetan, [English version below] Je...

Bonjour Gaetan, [English version below]

Je possède un MacGregor 26X et ai produit deux vidéos pour équiper et naviguer ceci (ou n'importe quel trailerable) le voilier. Les vidéos sont disponibles...
Forum: Introduce Yourself 07-19-2006
Replies: 3,270
Views: 475,839
Posted By speedyrigger
lakes an' ocean

I tow my 26' sailboat to www.folsomlakemarina.com , lake oroville, whiskeytown, clear lake and san francisco bay. Mostly in San Francisco I sail on a J30 that can take all the abuse.

Jeff Stagg...
Forum: MacGregor 06-04-2006
Replies: 64
Views: 100,690
Posted By speedyrigger
I sail a MacX, 1998, mostly on lakes, and a few...

I sail a MacX, 1998, mostly on lakes, and a few times on San Francisco Bay. The boat handles well under sail up to about twenty knots of wind, and at that, under jib alone. Under fifteen knots, I...
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