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Re: First Sailboat Bristol 22 Columbia 22 CC24

Jedcof,

I keep my boat in Roc Creek at the end of the Patapsco at the Mayland Yacht Club. She is a C&C 35 MKIII with a draft of 4'6" to 7' as she is a keel/ centerboard. The difference in draft of the boats you are looking at shouldnt concern you as you will be able to go almost anwhere on the Chessie with 4 ft. We do with 4'6" board up.

SloopJonB is coorect that the C&C will perform better than the other two and also provide you with a little more speace for weekending. It will definately point better into the wind than either of the two others. C&C build is also good, so are the others. make sure its in good condition and get it surveyed if you can. If you would like someone to look at it drop me a PM and I would be glad to.

Some thin gs are restoration...some are critical neglect disqualifiers.

dave
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