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Hey, I checked out the Skipperbob link and it was just real estate info. Any ideas?
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Yeah, the link is wrong. Try this http://skipperbob.home.att.net/
They flipped two parts of it around.

BTW, a quick google search... for Skipper Bob ICW Guide would have gotten the page for you...but it wasn't the top link...not even close.

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Leopard 47

any thoughts on that boat for long term cruising
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Seajoy...Welcome! What Jones is referring to is that you've dredged up an old thread for your first post. If you want to ask a question that is not addressed on a current thread...start one of your own.
As to your question...I know very little about Cats...but the Leopards I've been on sure do seem a cut above the typical brands you see. I would think the higher bridge decks make them more comfortable at sea as well.
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We checked out and sailed a couple of different Leopards in BVI. If we were to buy a cat it would be an Admiral 50 out of South Africa. Please check it out and connect with the owner David Bird.
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