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I am looling for a used 8' sailing dinghy, preferably in florida or close to.
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Try craigslist for your local area. I'm pretty sure it'll have at least one or two listed there.

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Dyer Dhow search

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I am looling for a used 8' sailing dinghy, preferably in florida or close to.
You might also try a search under popular names like Dyer Dhow. i don't know what your budget is they tend to be more expensive, but last several generations. Another great Phil Rhodes design!

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