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Add sections for multihulls, Small Cruisers, Cruisers between 35-50', and over 50'
Originally Posted by PCP
Guys, this is a long thread with lots of information about boats. To have that information readily available I am going to edit post one and join a list (that will be updated) with all the boats posted on this thread.
I will devide that boat list in the following categories:
(less than 35ft)
Cruisers between 35ft and 50ft
Small performance cruisers
(less than 35ft)
(between 35ft and 50ft)
Sailing boats over 50ft
Decksaloons and pilot house sailing boats
About the object of this thread
I will remember that is:
Interesting sailboats in production and available on the new boat market
(only boats with modern designs, meaning that the boats still in production but made with old designs are out).
Modern boat designs and modern one off
, if interesting.
This does not mean that I do not find that there are not out there many interesting boats out of production, or older, but this thread is already big with just the new ones
It would be interesting if someone opened a thread about them, but I am not the right member to do that because I don't know much about older boats.
Of course, exceptions will be accepted particularly the ones that relate to the boats or old boats of the members that participate on this thread.
Everybody is welcomed to post on this thread boats that fit the defined criteria to be discussed. But use a site like Photobucket to post the photos to have them available to all (members and no members, logged or not logged).
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