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Home » Sailnet Boat Reviews » H - Boats starting with 'H' » Holder

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Holder 20
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Description: Holder 20
Keywords: Holder 20
 


Author
strebor
Junior Member

Registered: June 2003
Review Date: Mon June 9, 2003 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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Our Holder 20 was build by Vangaurd. The later Hobie build boats have a slighly smaller cockpit. The lift keel allows for easy trailering, as does the 1160lb. weight. The cabin is very small. This is a go fast boat.

Fleets exist in Las Vegas and in the Midwest. Our boat is sailed inland PHRF. Excellent in light air and will plane in moderate winds. Some days you can leave a three foot wake!

The rating averages just above a J-24. Have no trouble sailing rating in inland lakes. Does not like large waves. About the most bang for the buck that you will find.

See Holder 20 Association website also.
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