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@TomatoDave - hmm, looks nice, I am only about 3.5 hours from that. I will have to see what is up
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There's a 2006 telstar 28 for sale in Havana Fl for 59,000 for quick sale. On the telstar 28 forum. Pictures look good and has trailer
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Great, let me know what you think if you look at it.

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@TomatoDave - hmm, looks nice, I am only about 3.5 hours from that. I will have to see what is up
It's really a good price for a Seaward, even with changed mast unless there are other problems.
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Helsen 22 is another good choice. They are inexpensive and solid as a rock. Keel up 14" keel down 4'-6". Note: Many of these boats are in disrepair and require some work to bring them up to speed.
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Check out the Paceship PY23, we have a family of four and love to trailer sail with it's relatively light weight 2300 diplacement and its shallow draft with centerboard.
easy to step the mast, I can sleep in any one of the 4 berths and I am 6'3".

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You can get TES 24 (TES 720) in Canada. Solid ballast, 12" draft with keel up, 4'8 keel down, lots of head room, transport weight about 3400lbs. TES Yachts

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