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328 andertonm@...> Re: 21'' DVSC- Splashboard removal 2/20/2005 17:26:00

I've never had the splashboard in mine. The only time there is a problem is in
a following sea if you stop too quickly. We have considered buying or
fabricating one, but to me, it violates the KISS principal. Besides, if I do
end up with water on the deck, I want it to run out QUICKLY and the splashboard
would appear to be an impediment to that.

Mark in Virginia Beach
<a href="http://members.cox.net/andertonm/boatstuff.html">http://members.cox.net/andertonm/boatstuff.html</a>

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> From: "surfrat2parker" <<a href="/group/parkerboats/post?postID=FWi6ZE6ra7-HQjDnVId1WNQUAgb_p96PPptr7p1mwDLkvM56uOlNSpwtJX2QbZvuxcndXcvwC6Gj3n1ftysvVbor">surfrat2parker@...</a>>
> Date: 2005/02/11 Fri PM 03:10:49 EST
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> Subject: [parkerboats] 21' DVSC- Splashboard removal
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