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i love the idea of a boat being 23' but feeling like a 30' which is looks like in bjjones.
I have often commented to jones that his boat looks far larger than it's stated dimensions. They did a good job with that boat.

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yes they did. i hope my next boats like that one.

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when i finally get my next boat with a cabin im going to make it feel like it's a bigger boat. i plan to have a stove inside or a grill on the outside. crazy radio system, bunch of electronics and stuff like a somewhat modern sailboat. with technology

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Thanks, small and bubbles. I think the Georgian 23 is one of the few small boats that visually benefits from having a whole bunch of crap bolted onto it. Naked, she just looks kinda kinda dumpy and top heavy.


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A friend just purchased an Atlantic City Cat, 24', and they also used to make a 21'. The space down below is huge and gorgeous. Sorry, no pic...
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I drew this 21'er for myself thinking it was the smalest boat that would satisfy my cruising needs.
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ya jones that boat doesn't look as atractive as the pic of the boat from before

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Who says Bayliner didn't make some cute boats;

This Buccaneer 220 is what got me hooked on sailing....she's gone now, but not forgotten.
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Who says Bayliner didn't make some cute boats;
Big difference between the Mull and Peterson Buccaneer/US boats and the earlier Buccaneer line...



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Bob.. that's pretty.. any plans to build one?

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No. I have a nice 26'er now. I just wanted to see how small I could go and preserve the features I enjoy with my 26'er. I like, small simple boats.
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