The Twin-Keel Advantage

No one loves twin-keel boats like British and French sailors, except maybe the odd Canadian. And few photos better illustrate the chief advantage of a twin-keel boat—that it won’t fall over when the tide goes out—like this one, taken in Comox, British Columbia.

The ketch in the background drove ashore in the night when its anchor dragged—it was later refloated with nary a scratch.

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