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If you want a good boat for a cheap price, take a look here:

1986 Newport 33 Boat For Sale


Good luck,
Barry
Look at the companionway stairs -- very few. I think that says no headroom... otherwise it looks like a nice boat.
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Look at the companionway stairs -- very few. I think that says no headroom... otherwise it looks like a nice boat.
It may also be that the Newport 33 doesn't have a bridge deck, so it has a very low climb out of the cabin... If you look at photo 3, you'll see the companionway goes to the cockpit sole or very close to it.
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Jeanneau Sunshine

I'll second Marty's recommendation of the mid 80's Jeanneaus. I got a 1986 Jeanneau Sunshine 36 with a factory option sugar scoop a few years back and it is a great boat. We too have a family of 4 (girls 12 & 17) so the three cabin layout gives everyone their own space and room for the kids to invite friends along. The sugar scoop is very handy and most of the 36's I see have them. The Sunshines can be had for $45k - $60k depending on the condition and accessories. While the girls were away at camp last summer my wife and I spent three weeks cruising Desolation Sound and the Sunshine was extremely comfortable to live on. A great light air boat too.

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Okay Bob,

Whom let you in here?!?!?!?!

Lord help us, another Jeanneau owner!






YEAH!

By the way, did you get ahold of whomever to join STYC? and figure out a summer race schedule? etc etc. Email or call me if you still have ph#
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Okay Bob,

Whom let you in here?!?!?!?!

Lord help us, another Jeanneau owner!

YEAH!

By the way, did you get ahold of whomever to join STYC? and figure out a summer race schedule? etc etc. Email or call me if you still have ph#
Marty,

Been too busy at work to follow up on STYC, racing, etc.... Did get down to Blake Island for an overnight weekend before last. Got in a full day of sailing taking the long way back.

Let me know if you need crew sometime - Bob
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We'll be racing wed nights starting in June. May 9 out of edmonds is a jack and Jill. The last weekend in June, we are doing a pro suit race from edmonds to Port ludlow and back that is fun. with a pot luck sat eve in PL.

Do not forget 3rd weekend in June is the Jeanneau owners roundezvous at Poets Cove. Hoping to get up there this year. Jeff at MSC/ullman wants my up there with my new suit of sales! To show we can do better in the race than I did with 20 yr old dacs 2 yrs ago!

Here is Edmonds schedule. You can see at the bottom whom is unfortunetly in charge:eek :

Same site has info on main page with a link to the sign up for the June mad dash.

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Welcome here, not sure how many from here in puget sound etc are here, but we are one higher number of regional folks here.
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