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| F20NA vs F20C #241353 |
12/14/11 04:11 PM 12/14/11 04:11 PM
Joined: Oct 2005 |
tampa, fl ksurfer2 OP
Joined: Oct 2005
I received an e-mail from The Cathouse the other day announcing the impending arrival of the "New F20NA"
specs are as follows
Beam 2.6 3.2
Main 19.2 21.0
Jib 4.85 5.2
Spin 25.0 28.0
Mast 9.75 10.45
Both boats advertise carbon hulls, mast, and carbon curved boards.
What's the scoop?
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| Re: F20NA vs F20C
12/19/11 12:23 PM 12/19/11 12:23 PM
Joined: Jul 2001 |
Posts: 744 Bob_Curry
Joined: Jul 2001
No doubt the F20c is quick around the courses!
The new boat does appeal to those who don't want to spend over 30K for a boat and trailer. The new boat will replace the still going on but slowly dying N20 (I20) class. I applaud Nacra for moving ahead to fill the void!
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