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Old 02-01-2004
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Sloop vs. Fractional Sloop vs. Cutter

I have no idea what your budget is, where you sail or what your goals are, but there are a number of performance/ coastal cruisers/ racer-cruisers in this range although that seem like good boats to me, however not all of them are fractional (F)rigs:
(Boats with * are boats that I personally like above the others)
(Boats with $ should be under or around $50K)
Beneteau First 36.7 F*
Beneteau First 36s7 F
C&C 110 MH
Contessa 33 F * $
Dehler 34 F (Optima 101)$
Dehler 36 F
Dehler 33CR F
Express 30 (Goman) MH $
Express 34 (Alsberg)MH * $
Express 37 (Alsberg)MH *
Farr 1020 F *$(This would be my first choice under $50K)
Farr 1106 F
Farr 11.6 (Farr 38) Sometimes under $50K *(This actually was my first choice)
Farr 37 MH (Dickenson)
Hustler SJ30 F
J-33 MH $
J-34c MH *
J-35c MH *
J-36 (the J-36 is the only J on this list that is a fractional rig)
J-110
Kirby 30 F&MH $
Hinterhoeller F3 36 MH $
North Coast Wylie 34 /North Coast 10.3 MH&F $
Oyster 37 MH
Oyster SJ35 MH $
Oyster 34
Pearson Flyer 30 F $
Santa Cruz 33 $
Santana 35/36 F $
Santana 30/30 MH $
Schockwave 30 MH * $
Schock 35 MH
Sigma 36 F
Sigma 33 F&MH $
Sydney 36 MH
Sydney 32 F *
Tartan 10 F $
Tripp 33 F $
Wylie Hawkfarm F $
X 362
X 102 F $
X 332
X 99 F *$

That ought to keep you busy for a while.

Regards
Jeff
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