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I am thinking about purchasing a Wavelength 24. TheMo, are you still happy with your boat?
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I am thinking about purchasing a Wavelength 24. TheMo, are you still happy with your boat?

It's funny you ask. I sold it at the end of this season.

Whether I liked it had little to do with the sale. In fact, I liked it alot. The problem was I lacked time and experienced crew for this boat.

All in all, for a boat in it's class a Wavelength 24 is awesome.

If you haven't yet, check out the yahoo group:

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