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Old 10-29-2006
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If I am crusing from Bahamas to Azores I would want more then 70 gallons of diesel. Just in case. The 1900 lbs of fuel and water has to be carried down low, but a 37' boat should be able to do it ornot be built. IMO.

The need to fly all possible sail is to me the arguement for a cutter or ketch as the sails are smaller/easier to reef. One awkward fore sail but the others are easier to handle.

Question of Endeavor not really heavy enough, in what respect ? The displacement is heavier then most all the production boats. So where does it need beefing up, if possible ?

Thats why I posted that link, pick it apart please, before I buy one. Looking at cockpits, again, not too hard to pick out the ones built for the close-in cruisers and day sailers. Others otoh, are smaller and have protection.
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