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what boat to buy help please

Looking to purchase new boat I have a couple requirements must have standing head room in the head ( I'm 5`9" ). Stove with oven
Diesel inboard engine. Full keel ( prefer encapsulated) and under 31 feet long. Fiberglass mono hull. Also it must be blue water capable with minor upgrades. ( I'm a shipwright ) . Currently I'm on an islander 24 bahama .

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Re: what boat to buy help please

Why under 31 foot, is there a requirement where you keep your boat now? The real question is what is your budget? I would have to say off the top of my head, Cape Dory, Bristol Channel Cutter. But without a budget it is kind of impossible.
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Re: what boat to buy help please

Actually you are right I noticed I left the budget out of the picture looking for under 15k and as far as the 31 actually should be under 30 ft. The marina I'm in I pay for a 30 ft slip if I go more than a foot over that I have to move to a 40 ft slip and I know a boat that size is out of price range for purchase as well as annual maintance costs. I don't want a boat I know I can't afford to keep in Bristol condition

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Re: what boat to buy help please

Paul , You mention BCC , I assume you mean the 28 ' , There are some BCCs' in our marina and they must go in a 35' slip . The way my marina operates , is that in a 30' slip you are allowed 34'9" . The BCC is over 37' .
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Re: what boat to buy help please

I was going to mention a Nor'sea until I saw your budget.
Still if you look around you may be able to find one that doesn't break the budget.

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If you watch Craigslist frequently enough and for enough time, eventually ANYTHING you want will present itself at the price you want.
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Re: what boat to buy help please

I found it !
MACGREGOR 26D sailboat specifications and details on sailboatdata.com
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Re: what boat to buy help please

I seem to recall Bob Perry thinking highly of the Rawson 30...

Should be a few of those around in your area, no?

Another boat I've always liked the look of is the Golden Gate 30 (also known as a Bodega 30, and a Farallon 29, I believe) I met the sailing writer Ray Jason years ago down in FL, he sails a GG 30 named AVENTURA, looked like a sweet boat to me, and one that might be within your budget...
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Mark thanks for that one I was thinking more like a real sailboat with a real keel mac's are fine for inshore but I don't feel comfortable taking it offshore. The biggest issue with the boat I have now is I need 6 to 8 more inches of headroom.
Also I assume you were joking with me on the Mac.

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Cape Dory 28? Alberg 30?
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