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Seidelmann S37
posted by dockbumdan

This sloop rigged plan is extremely fast. She sails very well in light air and points very tight to the wind. The boat usually wins her class in Bay racing and is versatile en ...
1006 8.00 Sun July 28, 2013 2:40pm 1 reviews
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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 ...
1726 None Tue March 26, 2013 5:45pm No 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 ...
6442 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 ...
5251 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 ...
7397 None Mon November 17, 2008 3:32pm 1 reviews
Performance Cruising, Inc Telstar 28
posted by sailingdog

The Telstar 28 is a folding trailerable cruising-oriented sport trimaran sailboat with a unique mast-raising system. The boat's specifications are: LOA 27' 6" Beam 18' ...
7313 7.00 Wed February 27, 2008 7:06am 1 reviews
Tayana Tayana 52
posted by camaraderie

The Tayana 52 is a blue-water design by Bob Perry which is available in aft and center cockpit versions and as a cutter rigged sloop or ketch. Design is medium heavy displac ...
3687 None Wed December 19, 2007 9:38am No reviews
Lockley Newport Newport 17
posted by arbarnhart

1978 Newport 17. It weighs about 100 lbs, has a swing keel that drops down about 5' and drafts less than a foor with it up. Decent weekend cabin, though a little smaller than ...
4298 None Wed September 12, 2007 7:03am 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. ...
13150 7.75 Tue August 29, 2006 5:41pm 6 reviews
Elan Impression 434
posted by ribsweden

The impression is in style with the new Bavaria Vision series. The boat is build in Slovenia. And in my option the best boat in this class. Take a look inside and you have 50" ...
8912 9.00 Thu August 24, 2006 6:37am 1 reviews
Cc cutter rig ketch Cc cutter rig ketch
posted by Administrator

Cc cutter rig ketch
1946 None Mon May 12, 1997 10:52pm 1 reviews
Island Packet 31 Cutter RIG
posted by Administrator

Island Packet 31 Cutter RIG
1927 None Mon May 12, 1997 10:52pm No reviews
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