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Any guidance regarding choice of design for a beginner?

Probably for the first year it will be your lack of rules knowledge, tactical experience, and ability to control the boat that will slow you down rather than any fault of the boat. So, if you are planning to replace the boat after a year (as suggested), it is not terribly important which design you have. Look at results on the Australian website, the local club website and ask your local club members (several) which they rate as a good choice and which to avoid at any price.


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