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Wauquiez Centurion 32 or...

We just cannot find much info on Wauquiez Centurion 32's and would like to know more about their performance.

What would you buy if you were planning on Caribbean sailing for the next several years as liveaboards who enjoy decent performance blended with a smooth ride for under 40k, 37' max? Jeff H recommends 1980's Dehlers, and we have enjoyed reading his posts.

I am a racer. My husband is a classic blue water fan. What might anyone suggest strikes a balance between the two for our present sailing needs?

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Creekmore 34

You may want to look at Creekmore 34 s . They sail well are good offshore boats and will fit your price range. They have loads of living area and good storage depending on how the interior was fitted out when it was built. They have a cutaway full keel. You may have to look hard to find one but they were built by Lee Creekmore. There was a 40 as well.
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