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Home » Sailnet Boat Reviews » M - Boats starting with 'M' » Mklll

 
Mklll Mklll
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Description: Mklll
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Author
navtron
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Registered: November 2000
Posts: 62
Review Date: Mon March 5, 2001 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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Find it extremely roomy and solid. all systems easy to get to, very light and airy below(condo living) Sails at 1/2 wind speed(5kts wind=2.5/3kts)fast.Gelcoat great, teak great...love striker. Have bowthruster which now makes it easy to single-hand. Big Nav station with easy acess to wiring, just a pleasure to sail or hang out. Galley great-separate showers in heads...dry boat..been offshore in heffty weather...no problem..35kts for 2 days stayed dry and moved out. Comfortable at anchor.
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