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Dickerson 36
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1 2402 Tue October 5, 1999
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Description: Dickerson 36
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Review Date: Tue October 5, 1999 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 


I purchased this boat in May 1998 from the original owner. I have never owned a boat that I have been happier with. She is very stable, easy to handle and easily reaches her hull speed in as little as 10 knots of wind. Her layout is Galley to port and Navigation station to starboard just inside the companionway. Next are settes port and starboard that pull out to make large berths each side. The dinette table is a drop leaf just to the port of the center of the cabin. Next is the head to port with a hanging locker to starboard and then forward is the large V berth. The joinery, storage and interior decor is excellent. She has to be seen to believe. Her auxillary is a Westerbeke W40 (37hp) Diesel and cruises at 6 knots turning only 1900 rpm. I could go on forever about this great boat so just email questions and I will get right back to you.
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