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I love the old Pearson 35 but they are all old at this point in time. What other boat names were made with Centerboards or Swing Keels?
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I'm sure there are many but certainly one of them is Sabre. A new one to me, but I just received an email this morning from Hake Yachts in Florida. They claim a draft from 6' to as little as 18" using a unique adjustable keel and rudder.
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My C&C 35 MKIII is a centerboard....great for the Chesapeake. Tartan 37 is also.
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