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I just bought a Pearson 39 yawl a month ago and I'm loving it. If you can find one, it's a great boat.
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In fact, I am still looking for a yawl. Not interested in a ketch. I am in New England area. My eye goes to Pearsons. I once had an Invicta but looking for cozier accomodations (beam). Other manufacturers are fine too. If anyone has a handle on an older model (60's-70's), please PM me. I don't want anyone breaking the rules and posting ads here. Thanks!
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Have ya looked at Knutson K-35's? While I have what I think is the only one on the West coast, they are more plentiful in the East.
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my cousin has a B40. Sweet sailing boat. Not the best on creature comforts but who cares when it is so nice to be up on deck sailing it.
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