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pearson, 27-2, 28-2, 33-2 new love

Not sure how i first missed these great boatrs but now that i've been seeing them I can see that they are really great looking oats, right in my price range, and seem to be a great value for the money.


I've foudn a lot for sale in my price range i'm just trying to narrow my search down.

firstly, are any of these boats blue water capable? the majority of the sailing will be on the ICW and jersey shore and up to nantucket areas but i would like to have teh ability to make a VI run or even bermuda (maybe that's dreaming)

The 33-2 is my current first choice.

how woudl this due as a cruiser?

My favorite part of these boats is the interior with rear double birth and aft head layout. any other boats laid out that way tha tyou might want to suggest? price shoudl be under 80k. the much mroe the better, ideal woudl be under 50 k.
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I owned a P-27 for 13 years, and have owned a P-33-2 for 4 years. They are great boats, and great values. I especially love the 33-2. But they were designed and built as coastal cruisers. If you want to go to Bermuda, think of something else. Having said that, I wouldn't hesitate to take my 33-2 to the islands. Not so sure about Bermuda.

I just got back today from a 5 day cruise on the Chesapeake, so my mind is in slow motion. If you have more questions, please ask on the board or PM me.
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I seriously considered a 28-2, before I found my current boat. Though my plans are primarily coastal cruising, the Bahamas, I felt, was within the scope of the 28-2.
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Hold on there just a minute. So you think you have the list narrowed down?

Well just check out this page for a list of blue water capable boats and boat selection.

http://www.mahina.com/cruise.html
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