centreboard


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centreboard

Nautical a supplementary keel for a sailing vessel, which may be adjusted by raising and lowering
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BATH welcomes Mick Channon, who has a fine record here, and his Fly Time should make her experience tell in the opening Maiden Fillies Auction Stakes - but Roger Charlton's Centreboard (2.
Roger Charlton, who trains not far away at Beckhampton, has a good record at the track and is fancied to strike with potentially smart newcomer Centreboard (2.
Setting off from Essex two weeks late, he rammed another boat after leaving his vital centreboard behind.
He has been putting the craft through her paces off the Devon coast for the past month but said today Inventure would need to be taken out of the water for adjustments to the centreboard area.
An optional centreboard and shoal draft keel version allows easy entry into those shallow tropical lagoons, while the standard deep fin keel version maximises the sailing performance of the powerful GRP hull for those long ocean passages commonly sailed by Oyster yacht owners and their crew.
Autumn Storm caused a 66-1 upset in the fillies' median auction maiden when denying the high-flying Steve Drowne a winner on odds-on newcomer Centreboard to go with his York feature win on Prince Tamino.
With around 30 sold, the last four of these all within just one month, her newly revamped interior, big vertical seascape hull windows and new option of SuperShoal centreboard and twin rudder configuration are creating quite a stir.
Bob Oatley and his Wild Oats XI crew vowed they would come back faster than ever, their light weather performance improved by new keel winglets, a retractable bow centreboard and a new Code Zero light weather headsail.