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Old 03-30-2012
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Re: What do you say to a Glander?

Good to see such active long standing members! I pushed this thread around because I can drag a "dear dead Glander home" but I have deemed it not to be.. For many reasons to list a few. One the boat is to far gone cost to value would not be a good ratio. Two It would fill my yard and might never be finished. Three I am just to new to sailing to dive that deep into it. If the boat was a rare find someone else would be all over it. If it isw a great boat surely one of You would tell me. If it is a boat that can be swamped and come back up I would like to know from what I saw looks like if a wave comes over she will be full untill pumped or bailed out. Right now you think I am a nut because I am talking about a 33 foot boat. The three sailboats I have had are all small and seem to get wet and do good. Well not one It kind of sunk... it was a home built kit spent most of my summer money on it. How do you all in large boats get the water out ?
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