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Re: Another Excalibur 26

The mast is deck-stepped and tabernacled although I can't see using it to lower the overall height. It would be a lot of work.

I mentioned the cabin height because I'm 6'3" and have to duck way over to work my way through the cabin. The sailing qualities make up for the tight quarters. She's reasonably fast and really sweet to sail.

My blog is behind as well. I have about four posts in various states of edit that are due to be posted, as well as more pictures of the paint job. I have found two other Excaliburs in Alamitos Bay and am always on the lookout for more.

If any of you have any information, stories or pictures of your or other Excaliburs, I'd really like to have them. I'm trying to put together a photo record and definitive history from people who know the story, knew Bill Crealock, are current or previous owners and post up as many high resolution pictures as I can find.

Thanks for your participation.
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