Hydraulics anyone?

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Hydraulics anyone?

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Rob Legg did comment that he would likely not do heavy keels if he knew what he knew now. Instead he would have a sliding board/foil to generate lift and keep the boat upright.

I'll try and dig out the source for that..
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Or a ffffff loat... :D
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Found it.. https://www.rlyachts.net/forum.asp?ID=4553 even has a nice diagram. From 2013!
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