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Old 05-19-2012
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Re: Glander Tavana 33

Shrimpman -- both john and I have emailed you directly, lmk if you didn't receive. it looks like the glasstreem make is totally bogus... they don't make sailboats.
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Re: Glander Tavana 33

I loved sailing my 33 foot yawl rigged Glander. I had it in Key Largo for 10 years and it's perfect for the shoal waters there and in the Bahamas. Centerboard up I only drew 3 feet but still could not come in 1 1/2 hours on either side of low tide I don't remember the hull # but the name was "La Tica" . Dooley Glander and I made the mold for the cockpit and as I recall, mine was the first all fiber glass. Last I heard she was in Coquina Key in St. Petersburg, Florida. Great boat
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Re: Glander Tavana 33

I have a Glander Tavana 33 that was just given to me a month ago. I took it out yesterday for the first time moving it from the PO's dock to my sail club on Mobile Bay. I like the boat and look forward to restoring her. This is an old thread, any other Glander owners still living?Glander Tavana 33-img_2093.jpg
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