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Lets see if we can invoke some interest on what we consider to be a rather hot topic around our marina here ...in fact it often times turns out to be a full blown argument on which is truly the cat's meow to have for all purposes ! I personally own a Sloop and I find it to be more than satisfactory for the way I like to sail ..and I imagine it would be more than suitable for just about anywhere in the world...however ...we've been told that in certain areas of the world ..a Ketch rig would prevail hands down! What style of vessel do you own ....where do you sail her? Which do YOU think is better ...Sloop ...or Ketch?? Enquiring minds want to know ......

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Indeed! Good Answer ....I have several friends that are HUGE Ketch Advocates ..so nuff said ;)

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