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Sailing Boats Puzzle Details:

About: A sail boat is a boat propelled partly or entirely by sails smaller than a sailing ship. Traditional sailboats are monohulls, but multi-hull catamarans and trimarans are gaining popularity. Most modern monohull boats have fin keels, which are heavy and deep, but short in relation to the hull length. More traditional yachts carried a full keel which is generally half or more of the length of the boat. In today's new puzzle we feature lots of sailing boats on a calm blue sea.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 25/Aug/2016

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