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post #61 of 131 Old 09-21-2006
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Cool What would you buy for $100,000?

Hey bportr;
Home Depot would have a rugged picnic table for your Bene 40.7 & you could use it as an alternate anchor too. And if you had too many overnite guests, you could throw a tarp over it and it could also be another bunk. How about those beans?
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100,000 ay

Well there is a very nice 41' C&C 1987 for sale rcryachts.com check it out and let me know what you think....
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Well there is a very nice 41' C&C 1987 for sale rcryachts.com check it out and let me know what you think....
There are some more very good ideas here !

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Oly...welcome...note the DATES of the posts you are responding to.

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For 100k - a Used Gemini 105mc, if you can find one in that price range. Gemini's are consistently the best value you can buy in a catamaran, and every thing else is just a lead mine waiting to sink.
Oh BTW the Gemini meets or exceeds every one of Jeff H's previous 'numbers' for light air, heavy air, PHRF factors etc, and with A/C, queen sized beds and 'style'
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Lightbulb Wow this is interesting

As old as this thread is, the boats mentioned, should be even better deals now.

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For 100k - a Used Gemini 105mc, if you can find one in that price range. Gemini's are consistently the best value you can buy in a catamaran, and every thing else is just a lead mine waiting to sink.
Oh BTW the Gemini meets or exceeds every one of Jeff H's previous 'numbers' for light air, heavy air, PHRF factors etc, and with A/C, queen sized beds and 'style'

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On the other hand, a Telstar 28 goes new for under 100k
Friend of mine just dumped his corsair 28, I've got him going to PCI with me this weekend
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Can't stand up in a Corsair... doesn't come with a real marine head or a galley—so no second home credit for it either... and they're a lot wetter to sail than a Telstar.

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Here's my choice:

http://www.yachtworld.com/core/listi...quick&is=false

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