dreaming my life away...
Some of them seem to do just fine in heavy weather:Yeah, that's far too broad a statement, based on only one big cat experience. They aren't all alike."Cat-like reflexes" is not a compliment, in my book. I have always enjoyed hobies but the only big cat that I have driven handled like a sponge, although it did move right along. Excellent for cocktail parties, spouses who don't like to heel and fast passages on flattish water but would not be my choice for an offshore passage. But maybe I shouldn't open this can of worms.
~7,500 miles minimum distance in 64 days is 116 miles per day (~5 knot average), though actual track was certainly longer, resulting in higher averages. The Leopard 39 is extremely heavy (31 tons!)
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