As always, great information Dave. I enjoy following your Facebook page to see the new additions. Ever think of writing a book? I taught myself to sew thispseudo15prt
That's on the list :-) I have a 78ft2 one I made for my marples Trimaran. Cambered per Kvernland. Only issue with that one is that it's only 8ft on thetdsoren
I'd vote for a cambered Chinese Lug, lots of ways to control the CE with a sail like that, but I think you can go wide and low enough with any lug as long asendupfound
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