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What is the Best Centre board 8 years 7 months ago #144

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I am looking for opinions on centreboards. Who make the best boards? I own a Van Munster 505.
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Re:What is the Best Centre board 8 years 7 months ago #145

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Waterat is the way to go. Not sure what's required (if anything) to make them fit a VanM.
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Re:What is the Best Centre board 8 years 7 months ago #148

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Phil's foils has options for a variety of surfaces. Which is the most common, and which better for the older boats like 6000' Rondars? :woohoo:

Hi-Aspect Centerboard - 480 sq in
Hi-Aspect Centerboard - 510 sq in
Hi-Aspect Centerboard - 430 sq in
Hi-Aspect Centerboard - 450 sq in

Hi-Aspect Rudder
Hi-Aspect Rudder for Cassette
Standard Rudder
Very High Aspect Rudder
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Re:What is the Best Centre board 8 years 7 months ago #149

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Phil's Foils/Competition Composites will ask you to measure your CB case and build to suit.
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Re:What is the Best Centre board 8 years 7 months ago #150

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Just put the water rat board in and see how it goes.
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Re:What is the Best Centre board 8 years 6 months ago #159

The general thought in the US is that if you're sailing where it's always breezy (West Coast), go with the 432. Otherwise, go with the 480 (East Coast).

Non-cassette rudders should be stronger than cassettes, though they're obviously more difficult to deal with when launching.
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