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I bought a 1995 19' Mac last summer and spent every chance I could zipping around the reservoir she resides at. She handles well, heels to about 15 degrees pretty quickly and then the water ballast catchs up and she settles down, does ok in a slight breeze, goes great in a strong blow. What a gas!
Having not sailed since I was in my early twenties (now 46) I searched for a used boat for about 3 years. During those three years I developed three criteria for a boat: 1. It had to be trailerable with my Tacoma, living in Colorado means trailering; 2. It couldn't be another 'project' (the house is enough of that) 3. A boat with sleeping accomodations would be nifty, but I was sceptacle that I would find a boat that met #3. Then I saw her and it was done! $5700 later, I have a lovely, trailerable boat. She sleeps two + the dog and is in great shape. She got a new tiller (the only wood on the boat) and sail covers last year and is going to get a good wax job soon, that's my project for spring (I can handle that!). Sailing starts for the season next month. Yippee!

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