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i saw a contessa 26 on ebay for $6000. it was listed several times. noone ever made a bid on it. i thought it was a damned good boat. can you send pics of your contessa? or would that be hijacking?
I can't comment on the boat on eBay... it may or may not have been a good deal. The Contessa is a damned good boat You can check out The Contessa Corner - A site for Contessa owners, sailors and dreamers. for more info on them, there is a for sale section if you're interested in costs. Mine is #312.

Can I send pictures or would that be hijacking? Yes to both. I'll PM you.

To keep this on track, one of the boats from the book I mentioned above was a Paul Gartside 22' cutter... it's probably my favourite on those pages.

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Here's another pic of a Gartside cutter - he was a local but defected to the east.
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Yup, that's the exact boat in the book I believe. The one in the book has a grey hull.
East or West, still "local" to me. :-)

Another design I read about in the book, but have never had the pleasure of seeing in person, 22' Falmouth Cutter The Falmouth Cutter Web Site
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Falmouth Cutters and Bristol Channel Cutters are built here now:Cape George Cutters § Port Townsend § Blue Water Boats § Cruising Custom Boat Building
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this thread has really opened my eyes to a few designs that are very respectable boats. i am currently looking at moving up to a 30 - 35 foot vessel. but remarkably, i might need to be lookin at going down to a 20 foot instead. very informative thread guys. thanks
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Coming in as a pocket cruiser at 24-feet is my old Seafarer of 1971 vintage by McCurdy/Rhodes...she needed alot of work and I sold her after a year for about what I paid...700 bucks at a marina auction.
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Here's our little girl. These pictures are at the end of last season, all cleaned out. Looking at taking her out on Georgian bay for a week or two this summer.

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Dude, I figured it out. Your boat is a Tardis. (obscure sci-fi reference)
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