CC19 suited to San Francisco Bay conditions?

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CC19 suited to San Francisco Bay conditions?

Postby basin » Wed Aug 26, 2015 6:12 pm

I am considering the CC19 for trailering around northern California, primarily sailing in the San Francisco Bay. Wind conditions during the sailing season are typically 18-25 knots (Beaufort scale 5 and 6) every afternoon, and on ebb tide the chop can be short period waves of 1.5-2' (0.5-0.7 meters) amplitude. Can any of you experienced CC19 sailors weigh in on whether this boat is appropriate to these conditions? I guess in part I'm trying to determine whether the CC21 would be a better fit for these conditions. I'd prefer the 19 for ease of trailering and launching. Thanks in advance for your comments.
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Re: CC19 suited to San Francisco Bay conditions?

Postby Chris Wicks » Sun Sep 06, 2015 10:20 pm

There is no problem with F6 and those wave heights... Double reefed main, yankee and jib in various combinations...
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