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    Posted: 14 May 2017 at 21:54
Good morning. What are your spinnaker measures?
And the spinnaker boom?
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Good morning.
 
SLE 11.54m
SMW 6.23m
Areal 59.7 sqm
Boom 3.45m
 
Perfect size for my use :-)
 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Ta'I Miti 2 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29 May 2017 at 12:04
Hello

Asymetrical is much easier
Good between 60 and 170

No Wind at all on that day and first time I use it

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ASLU: 13,30 m
ASLE: 10,85 m
ASHW: 6,35 m
ASF: 7,50 m
ASPA: 65,95 m2



Edited by Speedy Nice - 08 September 2017 at 11:18
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote samuel Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 08 September 2017 at 13:08
The trouble with an asymetrical is that it cannot be carried dead down wind effectively without a pole. In which case one might as well have a spinnaker. The asymetric has to be carried at an angle to the wind & so the 31 series quickly get over powered by a 64 m2 sail.
If one has a spinnaker one can carry it dead down wind & thus at a greater wind strength.
In waters where there is not room to tack down wind an asymetric sail is less use compared to a spinnaker
However, an asymetric is easier to launch short handed & needs less running rigging.
Knowing what I know now I wish I had spent the money on a code zero which would have been of more use in the long run
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Since I came from the spinnaker "school" I was also a little bit sceptic when I ordered the asymmetric for the 312. No reason for that at all.

With the asymmetric the 312 is able to sail fast between 60-130 degrees of apparent wind. 60 degrees and 10kn of apparent wind are amazing conditions for the 312. At 120 degrees is possible to support until 14-15kn.

Between 130-180 degrees, only when I have to reach a buoy dead downwind during a regatta, for example, It's just a matter of put the mainsail on side that give us priority and the asymmetric in the other side, both exposed at the downwind. You can sail like this until 13-14 kn of apparent wind. The only problem is dead down winds less than 4kn. Without a pole it doesn't work.


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Last sunday I sailed with full main and asymetric
Wind 12 - 14Kn and small gusts at 16 coming from 90░

No problem at all as long as your get the main hallyard ready

Never list more than 30░

Sometimes in gust the wheel was fully turned sb

But after a few sec M'Enfin was again on her rail

Speed 7.8kn

Just need to be very reactive


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