Steering to the right produced a much more graceful and wider turning arc. The wider arc permitted the Capricorn to carry all of its speed through the turn, when compared to turning left. I brought the Capricorn into shore and quickly adjusted the rudder’s center point by twisting it manually as described in the manual. When I pulled away from the shore, I found I could carry all of my speed when I turned in either direction now. The blend of speed and direction changes made for some very nice shots of the boat out on the lake.
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