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At 9:17pm on March 29, 2010, Melissa Renee said…
I have a Asymmetrical sail. It is my favorite. I have seen 8 knots with it. Boat gets real tender going that fast. With the big rudder be careful. I can point from 170 degrees to almost 70 with it. With the wind DDW I furl the main to 1/2 so I don't blank it out. Less than 10 knots of true wind I can go less than 90-70 degrees with it. Have to be careful because the boat is on the edge of control at this wind angle. But boy does the boat really fly!! An adrenaline rush for sure. It cures my need for speed!
At 11:46am on March 29, 2010, Melissa Renee said…
Hi Ken.. Yes you and I have spoken on the Hunter Website. Welcome to seaknots. There is a chat room here with good folks in it. Bottoms are on the bottom right. Know anyone that needs a mainsail for a Hunter 36. I am selling mine since I bought a new vertical batten one.
At 12:17pm on December 30, 2009, Terri said… a gigantic white rat for a couple of years..her name was Lucy. Son was young, wanted a rat...then was afraid of so turned into Mom's rat. Was a sweetie, use to fall asleep on my shoulder while i read at nite. Can't remember now what she was...??hooded Dutch something or other I think. Big eye's, big teeth..lovely disposition. :-)
At 10:00am on December 30, 2009, Terri said…
Ahoy there! What is that on yer shoulder?? looks sorta like a big hamster?? maybe me eye' early... :-)

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