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    Replying to:Swing or Drop keel
    This is a fantastic idea and may fill a gap that exists for those of us wanting to retire out of RL24s and sail something short handed but still fast. The new American Precision 185 is looking good and is as fast as an RL24SK. I would like to go back a step as I have just found this discussion. As an inland sailor, with weeds and shallows to contend with, I favour a swing keel. I think a bit of market research is required to aim the marketing. Is this boat going to be a new sports boat to be manned by fit gorillas or can it be used as a good introductory boat as well as a good retirement boat? The market at this end is bigger with higher disposable incomes!!!