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Garry View Drop Down
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Sounds like you should try a Solo with a stiff rig!
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I am an experienced dinghy sailor, or rather was one. I have sailed Solos, Finns, Starboats on a very high level of competition. (olympics). I have been out of the small boats for 10 years now due to a back problem from sailing Finns with unlimited extra weight. But the blood goes and I want to try again. I am looking for a fast singlehander, but I do not fancy capsizing often. I live in Holland and there are practically no modern sportboats on the water here, so I can't compare. Important is that I am 52 years and 100 kilos heavy. Who can give me a sound piece of advise?
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