> Nice narrative of a beautifull sailing day. I have
> been sailing my 12 with out the drain plug since I've
> got the boat. I thought that is the way it was until
> Wane posted the owners manual. And you are right, most
> of the water drains out at speed. Kind of Ventury
> effect, but not all of it.
I know there is a special drain plug that works in a similar way that the
sunfish drain does, only this plug is engineered for a transom mounted
scupper hole like the H12 has.
> So, you mean to tell me that the boat with the sunfish
> sail sails better on the port tack than of the starbor
Amazing isn't it? Did I mention that the gooseneck is on the port side?
Really wish I could run against another H12, be interesting to see if the
low aspect but higher sail area of the sunfish rig could outrun the high
aspect (and lower area) stock H12 sail.
> I don't know about the spray rail...in that little
> boat you are going to get wet no matter what.
Just so much water kept landing on the deck and then rolling into the
cockpit. I don't mind getting wet, just was one of those things I saw that
could be a worthwhile tinker.
> How did the race go? did you loose a dollar?
That was a solo trip, our first race is set for Thursday, wish me luck!
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