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Seafarer 37
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Description: Seafarer 37
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Author
woodburyk
Junior Member

Registered: December 2001
Posts: 1
Review Date: Sat January 21, 2006 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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Great boat. Built solidly. Sails very close to the wind. Modern cockpit and nice layout for the age of the boat. The lower price allowed me to get my first boat, and she sails great. I'm working on the cosmetic interior stuff while I do day sails with her.

Made in Huntington, NY in 1981. Sloop, original Westerbeke 27hp runs good, fwd facing Nav station stbd, 1/4 berth in back stbd, fwd V-berth, and 3 could sleep in sallon. 1 head with separate shower.

Definately recommend her to potential buyers. Shame Sefarer went out of business in the mid 80's after 25+ years in business.

Cheers!
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