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Seaward 26 vs Com-Pac 25

I am looking for a large pocket cruiser / small cruiser. I want a boat built within the last 5 or so years. It will be used mainly for sailing coastal south florida and the keys, but may make the occasional trip to bimini under the right weather conditions. I really like the more classic, salty looking boats - not kile the new hunters and catalinas. Any input would be helpful, as well as alternative manufacturers. There seems to be a real lack of high quality mid 20's boats these days w/o going and spending the $95k on the Dana.
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I like the Seaward 26, but what do I know? I don't own a boat... yet!
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I doubt the OP much cares as his post is OVER THREE YEARS OLD. Please check dates before replying to a post.
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Gotcha. I also noticed that it is common for folks to reply to threads much older than that. Seems like a good way to re-generate viable conversation, no matter how old the thread.
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Never mind. My bad. I read the rules (though they seem to contradict with regard to old threads...). Resistance is futile, I will comply!
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