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Date Posted: - Monday - 01/ 7/08 - 3:14pm
Author: matts
Subject: rudder design
In reply to: Mike M-40 #61 's message, "rudder design" on - Monday - 01/ 7/08 - 10:58am

Thanks, Mike.
$3,000 sounds swell and a likely solution, but I fear that it is a bit over the boating budget--at least for the (very long) time. I think I'll follow Randall's lead and put us on the waiting list for the other side of the dock, which is reserved for 40 footers and opens on the bay. Perhaps the increase in room and board is worth the extra margin of safety. In any case, it will let me back "Scandia" out of her dock for at least a quarter mile while I run in merry reverse circles.

Ought to keep the locals amused and puzzled about my true intent!


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