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1996 Highlander Champion Mike Perakis Highlander #906
1996 Highlander Masters Champion John Emmerich Highlander #962
If you ever thought you might be interested in sailing and becoming a member of a sailing club, we would like to invite you, your family and friends to come sail with us. If you are new to sailing, the Highlander's performance characteristics will allow you to quickly acquire sound sailing skills. The Highlander handles like a dream. Quick to pick up speed, your Highlander will respond smoothly and predictably to changes in tiller position and sail trim. As a beginner you will appreciate its ability in light air conditions. Due to the design of the hull and its center of buoyancy when heeled over, the Highlander is very difficult to capsize even in the most extreme conditions. The Highlander is a big boat where it counts most...inside! The cockpit has two 9' seats on each side. Sitting in the cockpit you'll feel safe and secure because the seats are at chair height and the deck coaming forms a comfortable back. There is 42" between the seats, so you won't be banging knees with the person on the other side. You'll be impressed with the Highlander's stability and comfort as soon as you step board.
THE SEMINOLE COUNTY SAILFEST
The Seminole County Sailfest is proud to announce the official website of the SAILFEST regatta. The Sailfest is a one-design sailing regatta held in central Florida the first week in December each year. This regatta supports one-design fleets and class associations, with expected attendance at 700 boats. They would like to invite you to visit the Sailfest Web site, https://www.sailfest.com
of the Greatest Sailing Sites On the World Wide Web
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