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Home » Sailnet Boat Reviews » B - Boats starting with 'B' » Bolero

 
Bolero Bolero
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1 2587 Mon July 14, 2003
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Description: Bolero
Keywords: Bolero
 


Author
kiral2
Junior Member

Registered: July 2003
Review Date: Mon July 14, 2003 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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The Bolero 25, by David Thomas is an IOR quarter tonner that disproves the myth that these boats are bad mannered to sail.
Despite her fractional 'runnered' rig she is easy to short-hand. She handles like a dream, tracks well yet spins in little more than her own length. Myself, a friend and my 14 yr old daughter sailer her downwind in 38kts true flying down waves at 12 kts plus with never a hint of a threatened gybe.

I had wanted one for 10 years and finally the right one came along and I am so fond of her that I am shipping her from Scotland to China, where I curently work, to continue our fun times together.
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