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35-37 ft. Day Sailor

OK, I'm sure this has come up before, but lets do it again anyway. I'm interested in a nice day sailor/weekender in the range of 34+ feet. (has to fit in a 40 ft. slip) Needs to be fast for weekend club racing, comfortable enough to take the kids out for the day or have guests aboard for the day. Sailing on Green Bay / Lake Michigan so needs to be weatherly, fast, able to short/single hand, and did I mention fast. I prefer more classic lines above the waterline (in case you didn't already know). Right now my favorite would probably be the Saber Spirit. What is yours????
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Forgot, also needs wheel steering.
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M36, if $$ is not a part of it

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The budget for this is probably going to be around 250k, but for comparison sake factor that out. I like the AE 38 a lot but I think it is around 38' 6'' LOA and I have the problem of not being able to hangover a 40' slip. Might be cutting it close.
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Friendship 40

I know this one doesn't fit your requirements but she sure caught my eye at the boat show...sure you cant overhang by 9" and budget about another $250,000

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TThe Morris M36 is above your budget but maybe you can find a slightly used one...sure is pretty!


or this...no wheel but they'd prolly do one for you:
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or this..pretty unique!
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