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Vancouver V27
posted by laika

I have a 1982 Pheon-built (UK) V274. Excellent quality and heavily built. Still a very solid and dry boat despite having traveled far and wide. It is a large 27 footer, and is ...
2348 None Tue March 26, 2013 5:45pm No reviews
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Tanzer 25
posted by junaido

Tanzer 25 was the last model built by Tanzer industries of Canada. About 60 or of so boats were built in the mid-1980's before Tanzer went out of business. Its relatively fast ...
6571 None Sat February 27, 2010 2:45pm No reviews
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Scandinavian Cruisers Scandinavian Cruiser 20
posted by Scandinavian

It was an emotional experience to finally see and test-sail the result of all the hard work, dedication and enthusiasm of the large team of people who has developed the Scandi ...
5180 None Thu January 14, 2010 7:46pm No reviews
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Beneteau Oceanis 473
posted by rseymour

I have a 2003 Beneteau 473 that I've taken all over the East Coast of the United States and Canada. She spends the winter in Florida and the Bahamas and the summers in Maine ...
8499 9.00 Tue September 22, 2009 5:18am 1 reviews
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MacGregor Venture Cat 15
posted by VentureCat15

I purchased my neglected MacGregor VentureCat 15 out of a farm field. It had never been sailed by its "then-owner", the tramp was in tatters, the trailer rusty, the halyard t ...
7583 None Thu August 13, 2009 11:14am 1 reviews
Catalina Catalina 16.5K
posted by solarfry

I would recommend the following dinghy daysailors: American 14.6 or 18 used at a lot of sailing schools. centerboard only and pretty stable under 10MPH Both will plane at 1 ...
5594 None Fri November 21, 2008 3:35am No reviews
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Alubat Ovni 395
posted by OsmundL

I took my Ovni 395 north of the Polar Circle this summer, sailing single-handed. Most Ovnis were destined for balmy tropical beaches, but it proves perfect also for colder cli ...
7754 None Mon November 17, 2008 3:32pm 1 reviews
Fraser Fraser 41
posted by erps

The Fraser 41 was built by the DeKleer Brothers of Richmond British Columbia Canada. The DeKleers also built a Fraser 51, a center cockpit Fraser 42, the aft cockpit Fraser 4 ...
10619 6.00 Wed December 20, 2006 5:25pm 3 reviews
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Beneteau 423
posted by Extravision

Fantastic and huge 42 footers that (don't tell Marina owners) measures 43'2''. This design is derived from the celebrated 473 but represents a much better value for the buck. ...
13888 7.75 Tue August 29, 2006 5:41pm 6 reviews
Jeanneau SO37
posted by administrator

Jeanneau SO37
9022 9.00 Thu April 6, 2006 10:12am 1 reviews
Ericson 30
posted by mike dixon

Sturdy FG sloop. Forward V birth suitable for only one adult or two children. Interior has a FG overhead liner only. Most leaks from from windows particulary head slider. ...
5446 10.00 Tue February 28, 2006 8:37am 1 reviews
A veejay A veejay
posted by Administrator

A veejay
3900 None Mon May 12, 1997 10:52pm 1 reviews
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