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So many great boats but my top three are the : AMEL 53, SUNDEER or deerfoot and van de stadt samoa.

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In the 30ish range, my favorites are several reasonably priced, older boats that can go anywhere in any weather (too many of the new boats are production boats built to a price): Westsail, Bayfield, Cape Dory, Bristol and a few others.

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I am planning for a 2 year holiday direction wherever the wind blows. Since my budget is limited I thought of getting one of the above mentioned used boats...I like it fast, safe and with some comfort - not particularly in that order...If anyone has some experience with those boats please let me know your thoughts..thanks
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I am planning for a 2 year holiday direction wherever the wind blows. Since my budget is limited I thought of getting one of the above mentioned used boats...I like it fast, safe and with some comfort - not particularly in that order...If anyone has some experience with those boats please let me know your thoughts..thanks
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I am planning for a 2 year holiday direction wherever the wind blows. Since my budget is limited I thought of getting one of the above mentioned used boats...I like it fast, safe and with some comfort - not particularly in that order...If anyone has some experience with those boats please let me know your thoughts..thanks
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You'd really be better off starting your own thread, rather than hijacking one that should have died off long ago on a different topic.

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what is the best boat for a 2 year cruise around the world for 2-4 people...
Must have some comfort, fast and safe
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