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Helms 32'
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Description: Helms 32'
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Review Date: Mon March 22, 1999 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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Sloop rig, 20 hp 3GM Yanmar; sleeps 6; excellent interior and exterior workmanship; Previously owned Helms 27 (excellent boat). Jack Helms only built 10 of the 32' models. How I bought the 32' was during conversation with Jack Helms he remarked that the 32' was the best boat he ever made. It was tough to part with my 27', but my wife saw the amenities of the 32 (inclosed head & shower, hot & cold water, stove and oven, etc., plus the fine workmanship). Survey in 1997 found boat in almost new condition. As you can see, I like the Helms boats.


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