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Question Tartan 372?

We may be interested in this boat. Can you give me more info?
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As an alternative you could look at Island Packets as well. I am 6'2" and have ample of room in my IP 37. She has an overall length of almost 39' with a beam of 11'2" and a draft of 4'6" with her full keel. She is very safe and forgiving and can safely sailed from the cockpit. She is of 1997 vintage and has been splashed for the first time in 1998.

I am considering to sell Odyssey and step over to the catamaran side. If you are interested just sent me a message: volkhard1@verizon.net

I don't know where you live but are you planing to come to the Annapolis boatshow? Odyssey is in Annapolis right now and you might want to take a peek?
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