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Old 04-08-2013
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Re: Lets choose SmackDaddy's new boat...

Steve,

I have spent time on a Hunter Legend. THe 40.5 is a nice sailing boat and very comfortable. It was as well made (or batter) than most of that era. SHe doesn't point as high as other boats, but she makes up for it on a beam reach or run. I would buy one. Given what we spoke about, I think it would be a great boat to consider for future plans. And as I am very good friends with a very knowledgeable sailor on the 40.5, I could give you at least one insight to someone who owns one, lives on it, and also works on boats for a living. All of that, and he chose a Legend.

I would consider paying a bit more to get one in better condition. Same for the 37.5.

My opinions. Good to see you around.

Brian
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