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Kalina the CS 27 is a strong boat with a great pedigree I think she might be the place to start. 27 is a good range to start docking and anchoring out she is alot of boat but not to much. Get a survey done and go from their. At 27 most people can single hand her, if you two have kids you should be ok by your self most of the time. So reffing should not be a problem. I sail a 34 by my self quite well its all in the set up. Me and my wife started ocean sailing on a Beneteau First 285 another great boat fast and nimbal.
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Kalina Dont for get about the C&C 30 that was built betwean 1988 and 1992 with the double aft, like the First 285 it will give you a lots more room. For the expanding famialy and friends.Used 1988 C&c Yachts Cc 30 Mk Ii, Sandusky OH - 99874300 - BoatTrader.com or for the First 285 View Boat Photos - YachtWorld.com
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I'll be happy to help, I always welcome the opportunity to help somebody, if that entitles looking at a sailboat it's a win win situation.
Put me down for Lake Lanier area of Georgia and I can be contacted by email at Sevseasail1@bellsouth.net.

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Hello, I'm Capt.Redbird
Happy to help from Malibu, CA down to the Mexico border.
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Sparkle for West Ky, North Tenn, and parts of Missouri. Pm works or you can use the link below and use my contact form.
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I am happy to be of assistance in Southern to Mid-Coast Maine.
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Anyone in Tarpon Springs FL willing to look at a boat? Looks like it's the Tampa/St Pete/Clearwater area.
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I'm hoping someone can help me out by checking out a boat in North Seattle? However, this is not a sailboat...it's a small relatively inexpensive 20' cuddy cabin powerboat. I'm in need of a small second power boat to get up rivers and work in estuaries.
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Cape Fear region of NC
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Happy to help anywhere from Boston to Portsmouth, NH
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