Boat is a 32 Osmond with power assisted steering. When I am going at no wake speeds up to about 8kts if I take my hand off the wheel the boat wanders. Even if you hold the wheel straight it will wander. It doesnt seem to favor port or starboard. Once it tastes a direction it veers hard in that direction. Its so bad that if I ask someone else to grab the wheel they invariably struggle to keep her straight. Above those speeds she does OK. At this point I have adapted to the issue, but since I may be dropping the rudder this spring for a new shaft, I figured it might be worth trying to kill two birds. More potentially relevant info (I can get exact measurements/specs on any of these if the forum requests such data): - Rudder is fiberglass, when I got the boat there were several abrasions in the rudder. This is a working lobster boat, abrasions are from line running across rudder - from previous owners. I patched and filled, but the rudder is pretty worn and not square. It is more of a trapeziod with the upper part being wider. - The prop is about 1 1/2" inches from the cutlass bearing. The shaft was cut and shortened to change the wear spot from the stuffing box (which is why I am replacing the shaft, the old wear point is worn down about 1/16"). - There is no slop in the rudder bearing. Thoughts? Recommendations? It is certainly something I can live with for now. Aside from this issue I love how the boat steers, turns almost within its own length.