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Home » Sailnet Boat Reviews » D - Boats starting with 'D' » Dragon

 
Dragon Dragon
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1 1648 Wed October 22, 1997
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Description: Dragon
Keywords: Dragon
 


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Registered: January 2000
Location: maryland
Posts: 1888
Review Date: Wed October 22, 1997 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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Dragon is to my point of view the ideal of a beautiful sailing Yacht. It is the smallest boat which might call herself a yacht. Sailing it is pure luxery because you don't have to pull the helm with two hands. You can sail her with one finger in almost any circumstances.

The joy of sailing a classic boat which is utterly beautifull is to compare with driving a Jaguar E -Type (Without the noise of course )

I bought her in England in Salcombe. Now I sail her in the classic waters of "The Kaag" in the Netherlands.
I can't gat used to the fact that everything you touch or do on board is simply beautifull.

Even Maitainance is fun because I have a warf full of other boatlovers ships. On vacation I always stare at all the posters, Half hulls , T - shirts, Mugs, and pillows printed with images of dragons. Owning one is about hundred times as good. Therefore I do not buy any souvenirs on dragons.

If someone can send me digitised Photo's on dragons please do.Especially on exotic places like Thailand, Cowes, bay of New - York or Sydney. But any other photo on one can see the dragon is not in the Polders of Holland. Please send towards my E - Mail ( abuiten@xs4all.nl )
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