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6 meters- about 20'

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faster hows bigs that boat you posted with the 6 port lights?
That's a Buccaneer 240.. but don't go there. Those are some of the worst "sailboats" ever launched. Very much a product of the first gas crunch, too much freeboard, underballasted, as soon slide sideways as go to weather, and ugly as sin.....(JMO, of course) They made 21s, 24s, perhaps a 28 and a 32 IIRC.

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I have a 7 metre ,22 foot 9 50 year old MORC design sloop. You have to be a minamalist, flush deck not much headroom. Really like Perrys 21 footer but would want to streach it to 26 or 28 with 8 foot 6 beam. Then it would be all the boat I would ever need.
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ok, one more, a foot too long. Another tempest, this one is a 65.
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thats a 65'?? ^^^^^

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...... talk about dumb..... Im working on boat #2. I love my Catalina 22. Perfect boat for what it is. Sleep around from one hot spot to another as time and desire permits. Then put it away till next time.

...... Then....get get the 30 to 32 foot cruiser you can keep in the marina but still wont kill
you, perhaps a Contessa 32, or Tartan 30 or 31.

Always room for one more sail boat ( just dont forward this to my wife)

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lol tom how much you pay for your 22?

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ok, one more, a foot too long. Another tempest, this one is a 65.
Tempests seem to photograph well, don't they?
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