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    315 PHRF rating

    Very helpful. Thanks
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    315 PHRF rating

    Thanks for that info. I put a MaxProp feathering pro on it, so I won’t get that deduction, but the others are important.
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    315 PHRF rating

    No - the 315 is one of the “5 series” line that Catalina has been making lately. This model was first launched in 2013.
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    315 PHRF rating

    Thanks. They say 165-168, though that's based on a 2-boat sample size.
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    315 PHRF rating

    Anyone have an idea what a C-315 PHRF rating should be? Bill Russell Little Wing - 2013 C-315, #009 Cayuga Lake Ithaca NY
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    Tender 315

    I know what you mean about the clam cleat. We had a 320 before the 315, and I always ended up using the winches to trim the main. But the clam cleat came in handy if I needed to use the winch for something else. I’m making some additional upgrades (adjustable Genoa lead cars) which should give...
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    Tender 315

    It also occurs to me that I haven't yet put the anchor and rode on the boat, and have not filled the 40 gal water tank. That additional weight may well balance the boat better.:huh:
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    Tender 315

    I am a very experienced sailor. Ordinarily, I would flatten the mainsail with the Cunningham, the outhaul, and the backstay adjuster. The latter would also tighten the forestay and move the draft of the genoa forward. But with a furling mainsail and a split backstay, I don’t have either of those...
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    Tender 315

    I just took our new (to us) 315 out for the first sail. It was very quick in 10 knots of breeze, but with both furling main and 135 jib out, it heeled more than I expected it to. Is this other's experience? Any sail trim tips to keep it on its feet (and going faster)? Bill Russell Little Wing...