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Posted by Mac on Oct 28, 2004
Those are some sleek boats - and the rudders are completely hidden. You do some edged sweeps with full rudder and folk think you're some kinda magician.
How do they work out on the briney? Does it take longer to turn compared to a rudder mounted way back on the stern and able to apply a lot of leverage? I can see a major advantage when you want to spin on the crest of a wave where an ordinary rudder is just waving in the breeze.
Are you getting more comfortable in the little rocket?
In Response to: Re: Hey, Phil! by Ice - Phil on Oct 28, 2004