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Allmand 1980 30'''' Questions

I have seen a 1980 Allmand 1980 sailboat that seems to be the perfect boat for me (first large boat)

Does anyone have any information on this model or any advice

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Allmand 1980 30'''' Questions

I resurrected an Allmand Sail 31, l982, after 5 years of abandonment. I''ve had it for 3 years and have redone a lot of stuff. Anything I can answer, I will be happy to do so. What engine do you have? Mine is an Atomic (Kubota) 2 cyl. diesel. Great cruiser, on the Cheasapeake Bay. Let me know what you need.
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Allmand 35'

How about more information on the thread above.

I'm also intrested in a Allmand 35' 1982 Tri-cabin.

How do they sail, point to windward?
Would you consider this to do a offshore passage, or only coast curiser?
The cockpick is roomy, too roomy?
The chain plates bolted to the settee's do they consider this to be strong!
Why would I not want to buy this style of sail boat



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There's a good review/profile of an Allmand 31 in the most recent issue of Good Old Boat. Look for it at your local book store or try the Good Old Boat website.
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How about more information on the thread above.

I'm also intrested in a Allmand 35' 1982 Tri-cabin.

How do they sail, point to windward?
Would you consider this to do a offshore passage, or only coast curiser?
The cockpick is roomy, too roomy?
The chain plates bolted to the settee's do they consider this to be strong!
Why would I not want to buy this style of sail boat



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