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Thanks guys. I will try to take some more pics and post them this weekend. Last weekend when I got the boat, there was no wind....I was dyin!

I just have to start feeling a little more comfortable with the whole sailing thing, as this is my first boat, and am fairly new to sailing. I did help out on a race team about 15 years ago, but my, how much you forget.
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sweet ride! enjoy!
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She looks like a nice one!

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RockStar,

Nice little boat! Is she trailerable? We own a Lancer 25, on a trailer and it's the absolute best situation for us. I can drive 65MPH to ports in an hour that I'd take days to reach otherwise. Then save the saved day exploring.

Remember, sailing is like chicken pocks. It's an affliction. Your better off getting it in your youth. Once you get it, it takes over everything. You can't help but share it with all your friends. Some of them start avoiding you. Then it's in your blood for the rest of your life; until something else finally punches your ticket. A sweet and costly disease!

Fair Winds and Congratulations

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RockStar,

Nice little boat! Is she trailerable? We own a Lancer 25, on a trailer and it's the absolute best situation for us. I can drive 65MPH to ports in an hour that I'd take days to reach otherwise. Then save the saved day exploring.

Remember, sailing is like chicken pocks. It's an affliction. Your better off getting it in your youth. Once you get it, it takes over everything. You can't help but share it with all your friends. Some of them start avoiding you. Then it's in your blood for the rest of your life; until something else finally punches your ticket. A sweet and costly disease!

Fair Winds and Congratulations

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I think it is a trailerable boat, but I don't have a trailer, nor a tow vehicle. The boat is kept a short 15 minute walk way from my residence, so pretty convenient. Plus, I am on a fairly large body of water as it is (Lake Ontario), so really no need to trailer anywhere anyway. I'll just sail there!

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