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Jeff, I think you give me far too much credit for a rational & focused search. I'm sure Faster blew his morning coffee out his nose when he read your post. (he and I had conversed about the wide variety of some of the boats I looked at).

I'll give some thought to your comments and post a response later.
Actually I pretty much did!!

thanks for the morning chuckle, Jon!
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SJb Sorry for checking in so late.. LOVE YOUR BOAT! CONGRATS! Very yachty interior also!
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Re: Sloop's "New" Cutter

well done, sj. the aft cabin looks teeny- any pics?
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well done, sj. the aft cabin looks teeny- any pics?
I didn't bother because it's just a huge lazarette. One of things I really like about this particular boat was that the quarter berths are accessed from the main cabin and are big and comfortable. Every other one I've seen has attempted to make a separate aft cabin with the berths accessible from there. It is only good for children in reality and it seriously compromises the main cabin as a result.

As a big, climb in lazarette it is an extremely effective use of space. Once I have smartened the space up with some shelves & bins it will be the envy of most small boat owners.

I'll try and get some pics next time I'm at the boat.
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So, will you be known as "CutterJohnB" from now on?
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Re: Sloop's "New" Cutter

Congratulations on the new member of the family! Actually, your experience is very similar to that of a new parent - you waited about 9 months for it to drop into your lap and now you're showing the baby pics to us so we can (appropriately) ooh and ahh over them!

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once I sell off gear I don't want, like the davits, vane, Radar and drogues I figure I'll be well down into 4 figures for it
Please put me on the wait list for that hydro vane!
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Pretty sure that is the same boat I have seen many times, always green and not getting used at all. Really glad to see that all changing!
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Re: Sloop's "New" Cutter

All I can say is that is one nauti boat..

Very nice score! I like your choice!

Yep I call for a sign-in name change for you.
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Pretty sure that is the same boat I have seen many times, always green and not getting used at all. Really glad to see that all changing!
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I bought it out of the Salt Spring Sailing Club if that narrows it down.

The green stripe seems to have been pretty popular - three of the six boats I looked at were done that way.

The evil twin in the background sat around in the Harbour Cruises marina in Coal Harbour for several years as well.
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