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57 is waaaaaay too high. F'rinstance, PHRF for F-boats: F28R is 21; F25C is -15 (yes, NEGATIVE); F31-1D is -55
The Ports/PHRF conversion sort of works for monohulls but it's way out of line for multihulls. You'll have to see if you can find established PHRF numbers for multis and just make a...
for my part, I just got whatever weight the least and was good line that was locally available. That happened to be at West Marine, and also happened to be the XLS T.
Also, my boat is a multihull, the sheet in question for the blade jib I only beat with, so I want that mutha ground flat. Now...
I'd use Warpspeed or just plain ol' nekkid Amsteel before I went with XLS, and the reason why is that in my experience the cover just slides all over the place with XLSxT. I'm not using as a halyard, but as a jibsheet, fwiw. I'll never buy that crap again.
They did have pretty decent bbq, their potato salad was to die for, and it was kinda fun to go there. Y'all may have seen it on the food channel Fieri show