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  1. SailDesign
    I know you love putting those rudders all the way aft, but all I can smell is ventilation. :) Dolfiman is right, though.
  2. Dolfiman
    Beautiful rendering, well balanced timeless lines
  3. SailDesign
    Rumour has it that Ted T looked at Britt at some point during the build and said "Geez, Britt - even a **** is pointed at both ends!" While I apologise for Ted's language, I agree with him...
  4. SailDesign
    Fun! Keep the pics coming as you hit milestones. Always nice to watch someone else work. :D
  5. SailDesign
    @Alik - Thanks!
  6. Alik
    nice classics!
  7. Wes Gardner
    I like to get the rudder aft but I might have over done it :-)
  8. an2reir
    In my opinion the drawing is great work. :-)
  9. SailDesign
    Yup - another good one! But I have the same question as Dolfiman. I can understand that it is great structurally, but I can't conceive you'd lose too much control if it was slid forward a couple...
  10. Dolfiman
    Again a great rendering for this G47, congratulations, just a question : why the rudder so far aft ? Its upper part would be in air and/or ventilate a lot when the boat at heeled, I would prefer...

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