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Comparing 3 boats I have found...

So I am always poking around the Sailboat Listings site and various others just in case something comes up and I can join the spend all my money on a boat fraternity. So I have found a few boats that I would like folks' opinions on. All are very similiar in condition, cost, and what they come with so I am looking for info on build quality, sailing characteristics, ease of steping and unsteping the mast, etc.. So here they are;
  • 1977 O'Day 22'
  • 1981 Catalina 22'
  • 1981 Hunter 22'


Still not sure if I want to go with a 22 footer or wait and just get a 25 foot or so, but my "need" for my own boat may just throw me over the edge.

Thanks in advance!
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These boats are extremely similar in all regards. The differences between them do not rise above the level of nit-picking. If this kind of boat fits your needs then I would advise you to buy whichever seems the better value in terms of price, condition, location, whatever.
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