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      A Few Simple Rules   05/22/2017

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Judging from the loose padded lifelines, something that's designed to give the crew internal injuries.

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Columbia 32

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A new flying tiger smaller sister???

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Looking at the picture again it is probably bigger, so lets say an FT 11 or FT 12?

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Looking at the picture again it is probably bigger, so lets say an FT 11 or FT 12?

I was thinking the same thing- not about the ft-line, but the size... Sure looks like a sail drive leg as opposed to a well-based outboard... Something mills? The proposed SB345? It doesn't look quite the same, but seems big for the Farr 280 guesses...

 

/c

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Another lame-ass non-spinnaker class with a T-bulb kelpketcher.

 

And what the fuck is with the stupid padded lifelines? Bunch of Wussies. Looks like a fucking pram.

 

Wow, it has a chine. It must be really fast then.

 

Just what we needed on long island sound. 20 foot draft "sportboats" that can't beat an 18 foot catamaran and won't fit through the channel except at high high springs.

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Stange arrangement of the mainsheet... slow circuit on the front..

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Looking at the picture again it is probably bigger, so lets say an FT 11 or FT 12?

I was thinking the same thing- not about the ft-line, but the size... Sure looks like a sail drive leg as opposed to a well-based outboard... Something mills? The proposed SB345? It doesn't look quite the same, but seems big for the Farr 280 guesses...

 

/c

look at the size of the instruments on the mast = no, smaller boat

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Looking at the picture again it is probably bigger, so lets say an FT 11 or FT 12?

I was thinking the same thing- not about the ft-line, but the size... Sure looks like a sail drive leg as opposed to a well-based outboard... Something mills? The proposed SB345? It doesn't look quite the same, but seems big for the Farr 280 guesses...

 

/c

look at the size of the instruments on the mast = no, smaller boat

the b&g 30/30 HVs are almost 10" wide... it could be those... :P

 

but you are, ultimately, probably right... it was just the thing that looked like a sail drive that convinced me it was bigger...

 

/c

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Tough to tell the size based on the foils and the motor and the instruments. Sure looks cool though. Tell me what it is cause this could very well be my next boat! Looks very cool.

 

Thanks Anarchy for posting another good one!

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No big boat will have a cleat for the main sheet, it would be on winches.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Looking at the picture again it is probably bigger, so lets say an FT 11 or FT 12?

 

I was thinking the same thing- not about the ft-line, but the size... Sure looks like a sail drive leg as opposed to a well-based outboard... Something mills? The proposed SB345? It doesn't look quite the same, but seems big for the Farr 280 guesses...

/c

look at the size of the instruments on the mast = no, smaller boat
the b&g 30/30 HVs are almost 10" wide... it could be those... :P

 

but you are, ultimately, probably right... it was just the thing that looked like a sail drive that convinced me it was bigger...

 

/c

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Still none the wiser as to what it is. .......

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It's the new Farr 280.

 

Idea from Switzerland ..... the sailing nation

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