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Re: Mirage 33 good and bad

Thanks for the links, Yes, the bad and the good.... I have briefly sailed a Mirage 33 before and found it a bit tender and also had a tendency to round up with the wind off the stern quarter (just like my Hunter 31). Had to be quick on the mainsheet with the Hunter also. I did quite a bit of research before buying her but am interested in other peoples experiences and what they found worked / didn't work. It's all personal experience but sometimes someone comes up with something that makes you think "that's obvious, why didn't I think of it"

Storage solutions, what modifications were made, extras added, bells and whistles that were (or not) worthwhile. All good info......
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