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I would think that a lot more than 18 of these boats were built. I seem to recall seeing pictures of Annapolis Sailing School with perhaps a dozen or so of them lined up at thier docks and they were also sold to private owners and the Naval Academy.

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Obx, Jeff is correct. I have a '78 that is #62. Somewhere between '72 and '78 Tidewater pushed the manufacture of these boats to the Moorman company. I believe the Moorman boats all have two small windows forward of the spreaders while the Tidewater variants only have one on the starboard side. Mine was an Annapolis Sailing School boat up until the late '80s, when it was sold and eventually found its way down to NC. I don't remember any being used at USNA after the sailing school upgraded but could be wrong. All the info I've found on mine I pulled from Google. They're not very fast, don't have much in the way of "creature comforts" and are becoming more rare every year, but they are well-built boats. Do you take yours offshore?
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Wow that's my old boat!

HA! Just saw this thread cuz I was looking for info on my old Annapolis 26... and dang if someone didnt find my listing from years ago! Ha! That was a great boat. Sold it to a guy in Annapolis MD from the merchant marines. He was a salty guy, loved the boat. Sold it for about $3,500. HA... memory lane.

Boat is totally able to be handled by anyone single hand.
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