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Lancer 29
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2 2361 Tue March 6, 2007
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100% of reviewers $4,000.00 8.0












Description: Lancer 29
Keywords: Lancer 29
 


Author
jbanta
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Registered: January 2003
Posts: 339
Review Date: Sun March 2, 2003 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
Pros:
Cons:

Because this boat is designed for saildrive the cabin is roomier than most boats her size. I have lived aboard for months without feeling cramped. The windows needed rebeadding but that is nothing for her age. The OMC sail drive wasn't worth a trip to the dump, but the boat is easily powered by a 9.9 outboard. My only other complant is the head room I am 6'3" and there in only 6' of standing head room..Oh I forgot this is a 29
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Review Date: Tue March 6, 2007 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $4,000.00 | Rating: 8 

 
Pros: Fast & responsive with alot of room for this size vessel.
Cons: Vinyl headliner,hull to deck joint and ports are leaky on every used example I've seen..luckily not hard to fix

This boat was originally designed by C & C..and is very similair to the C & C 29.Roomy for a 29 footer..quick & nimble but still can feel the Sport in it.Competable Racer and viable Criuser..if you can deal with the lack of Horsepower as most only have a single cylinder Yanmar Diesl in the 8-12 horsepower range.Also,lacks much in the way of Tankage to be a serious Cruiser with only 24 for water,25 for fuel and 12 for waste..still,it can be done.All in All,decent build quality,good performance and most used examples are priced resonably..so,it's a hard boat to beat...for the money.Lastly,if you sail in an area that is "Depth Challenged" be aware that MOST of these are the deep draft keel..meaning 5'2".
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