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Ericson 46
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Review Date: Mon September 13, 1999 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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Sloop rig with disconnecting staysail stay. Basic IOR interior(we are up dating). A great boat to weather. They can be squirrelly down wind in a blow with spinnaker. There are two others in our marina which have modified thier rudders as we will. The boat is heavey by todays standards at 30,500#'s design weight. The keel is 16,500#'s and draws 7'. A very tall rig and carries 1,280 sq.ft. of sail with 100% fore-triangle. A very stable platform to work from and a comfortable liveaboard. We enjoy our boat very much.
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