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Old 15 June 2010, 20:33   #1
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XS-Rib towing capability

Was a bit of a strain on the 90 Suzuki , but seemed to tow Sagres out OK

Love seeing these tall ships in the Bay and unusual to get a shot of me for a change.
Wow ! I look bright
cheers Dal
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Old 15 June 2010, 21:24   #2
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Oooooh I don't know I think you are getting a bit of cavitation there
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Old 16 June 2010, 10:39   #3
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I've towed some fairly large stuff (though admittedly, not that large.)

Bigger stuff will still move (as long as the wind cooperates); just takes longer...

Odd aside: the strangest tow I think I've done was during a harbor cleanup in Monterey: Using an Achilles 14/Honda 40, I towed a dishwasher and two lift bags back to the ramp.

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