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Medway Maniac View Drop Down
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Medway Maniac Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07 Oct 14 at 12:44pm
In view of all we were saying on the OK thread, the 300 does look like a nice boat.  

If only it weren't so tippy.  A tad more waterline beam would help, but would make it slower.  I wonder if a small footwell would help - as I recall, standing up was critical to the early stages of familiarisation, and getting down off that double-floor would settle things down somewhat.  I'd take the hassle of a little bailer in exchange.
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sounds like a D-Zero that ;-)
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My boat always sails to its handicap, unfortunately I sometimes don't  Wink
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