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IC (Not AC) - DC restrictions
Poll ended at Mon Feb 04, 2008 1:24 pm
I like the idea of adopting the DC restrictions 100%  100%  [ 17 ]
I think the IC rules should stay with the one design hull. 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Total votes : 17
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 Post subject: Re: Adopting DC Rules - UK Feelings
PostPosted: Sat Mar 16, 2019 5:50 am 
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Initially, I concur with everything Christian has said about execution. I have comparative experience hustling the DC against our club moth armada a year ago. What's more, I like the manner in which the DC is so responsive and lovely to cruise in even light breezes.

Also, I firmly push dealing with the issue. It is hard to dispatch a moth off a shoreline with coastal breeze and waves, dawdling overturning, stacking the foils, dilly-dallying again in light of the fact that it washed back to shallow water while you were doing it, correcting it and after that getting down to cruising, It is more awful on a rough shore or slope. This all eventual doubly troublesome with a foil pontoon about twofold the weight and 6ft longer.

I think there is a spot for foil water crafts and at present, the moth fulfills 100% of that showcase.

There is a spot for enormous moderate vessels with lead stabilizer and the vast majority of the cruising network do that,

Also, there is as yet a spot for long thin elite single handers which are relatively simple to deal with on and off the water and which are a joy to cruise in all conditions.

I don't assume that the DC needs thwarts (or lead) or some other changes in essential idea to improve it. We have a one of a kind nich showcase and ought not to endeavor to take on another person's.

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