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Old 02-22-2016, 03:16 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by boatpoker View Post
I've sea trialed Monk 36's in 3-4' seas. Both hands are required to hold on.
The bottom is near flat, there is very little hull in the water and they bounce around like a cork. As the fresh water tank gets low the transom is nearly out of the water and she ploughs, making steering difficult in even the lightest following sea.
Since you have zero to gain by saying this and stand to have stuff chucked at you from owners, I do appreciate your candor.

If correct, it is certainly something to take seriously in our waters. If debatable, still something to keep seriously in mind while looking.

Thanks.
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