As I was preparing the boat to go out today and for the heck of it, lined up the tiller arm with the center of the hull, then checked the other tiller arm and found it pointing outboards. So I lined up the rudders and measured the distance distance between the leading and training edge. Seems they have a slight (1/8") tow out, meaning the distance between the leading edge is 1/8" more than the trailing edge.
While I had the tape measure out, and someone to help. I measured the distance between the center of the bows and stern. Found a 3/4" difference. The bows measured 68-1/4" and the sterns measured 70".
So I was wondering, should the hulls be parallel, or with the bows pointing in slightly?
As for the sailing today, its was great. Sunny, 74 degrees and 15mph winds.