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Inerga nao-glas puma 23 from spain info?

Hi, anyone have any info or experience with this boat? Thanks.
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I'll have to improve my spanish.

I have been able to find bits and pieces of info from Spain. Most of it is in Spanish. I have seen a few of this model selling in the states, some of the bigger models. I would really appreciate any info available. I have a boat to clean up and want to do some off shore sailing with it.
I found one posting for a pending solo circumnavigation via southern seas in a Puma 26. They seem to be well made.
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I have found the Puma sailing club in Spain. The are very nice people but my Spanish is poor and I have to run everything through a language translator.
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It seems Puma's are very popular in Spain and Europe. I have found several of sail in England.
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In England some were re branded by Jaguar Yachts.
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The Puma 23 was my first boat, and a very nice sailor at that. If I were to consider offshore in a small boat (I wouldn't...), the 23 would be an excellent choice, very tough and quite stiff.
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