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Posted: April 12 2007 at 03:23 | IP Logged Quote tomluque

Quote: boatus

West Wight Potter

and

Sandibel

Mfg by International Marine in Inglewood, CA

Web site www.westwightpotter.com

to see P 15 and P 19

 

www.imsailboats.com

to see the Sandibel 18



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Posted: April 12 2007 at 03:47 | IP Logged Quote tomluque

The story continues with the West Wight Potter (WWP) 18, later called WWP 19.

Last last year, International Marine ( www.imsailboats.com ) started manufacturing  the Sanibel 18.  Last year when the SoCal Potter group went to Catalina, it led the way.  The tilt factor is more on this new boat, because it has a more rounded bottom vs the flatter bottom of the Potters.

I bought a used 1987 WWP 19 ( called JoJoma), because my family members don't like to be on a sail boat that tilts.  So I sacifice speed in light air for a stiffer ride.  But if you enjoy "Pottering", no in no rush anyway!!!

Read more at their newer web sight.  .



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