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Identify this boat

I saw this boat on another site.

Anyone have an idea what it is?

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1968 Pearson Wanderer 30
 
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the pointy end is the bow
 
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Looks kind of like a Fraser 42


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Similar. Fraser 42 shows four ports fwd of the cockpit vice three and one aft vice 2.

I can't see the cove stripe well enough on the Fraser.

The blue boat seems to me smaller than 42'?
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Not the Pearson.

Looks to me like a S&S design possibly. Nice sheer and 2 hull ports forward - those are rare.

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I thought possibly S&S also. Looks to me like maybe 70's vintage? To my eye it's a good looking CC, at least from that angle.
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Yes, the cockpit isn't on the second floor like on some.

One of the sweetest center cockpit boats I have seen.

The bow reminds me of some of Bill Tripp's designs as well. As do the hull ports forward.

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Yes, the cockpit isn't on the second floor like on some.
I agree and am guessing that is because it appears to be a walkover not a walk through.
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The cove stripe says .... Swan
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