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Conser 47' Owners - David Pollitt being one

David Pollitt - The owner of 'Shearwater' the 47' Conser.

David, I am trying to buy your boat, my Broker has already talked to your Broker and might well have spoken to you as well.

I own a Catana 381 that is Laid-up at St Augustine Marine Center that might be near you, it's for sale, and I'm trying to do a deal with you.

One thing that concerns me most being an Ex tornado Olympic helmsman and Catana owner is the Nose diving of this Cat, her Bows look too slight to keep her up out of the water.

My Catana has 4' plus Freeboard and big round Dustbin like round deck at the Bow, she never gets close to nose diving and stays above the water by at least 2'

Tell me how well the Conser 47' does, does she dive like the SA Voyger which has similar low freeboard???

Get in touch at bazcatana@yahoo.co.uk

I live in Thailand but have just got back from 9 months in the USA & Bahamas.

Regards

Barry Parkinson
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