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This thread if for people to post small sailboat any thing from 12' up to 22' small cruisers that and intresting, or just a small cruiser post pics here.
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Here is a picture of my sailboat, although slightly larger then your dimensions. The Olympic Star is 23.5 feet in length. I believe she could be defined as a pocket cruiser. They are quite reliable and I have spent many a weekend aboard with my 2 children. The headroom leaves something to be desired but...
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Hopefully we don't have to be owners....

The classic 20 ft Flicka:



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And in the UK there's a slew of pocket cruisers like this Vivacity 20.. bilge keelers for the mud harbours there.. We once saw a young couple cruising one of these in BC.. with a newborn and a Golden Retriever on board!

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The classic 20 ft Flicka:


That's a cute little boat... saw one on a trailer going down the hwy once...

Looked like the "Little Tug that Could"...
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these are all supper cool boats i love boats like this. this small. small but cool boats .
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Here's my 1972 Aquarius 23 coming in for a raft up. I love this boat!
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Georgian 23, a small big boat:


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Our old Catalina 22. Much as I love our 30 I do miss her...

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And another classic... the Nimble 20

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i love the idea of a boat being 23' but feeling like a 30' which is looks like in bjjones.
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