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Another shot in the water... A little tender, but not too bad. Good once you are sitting down, and no worse than my old "clorox bottle" Walker Bay knock off. Hey, I made a bad pun! "The little tender, is a little tender."

Threw her on the fore deck of the Solitaire, and she fits well. Tignt, but of course everything else is as well, so not unexpected. The new roller-furl will eliminate all our previous fore-deck time off shore, so should be fine.

The fore and aft seat configuration works really well to trim out the hull. Will be interested to see how she trims with a 100 lbs of groceries and water onboard.
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