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Re: Peterson 34

That's not a Ganbare hull. It's a 34' and I'd put money on it being a 3/4 tonner. The stern is very different from Ganbare - not as much of a "pintail". Judging by the stern and the deck design, I'd venture that design is quite a bit later - '77 to '79.

Unless it's been extensively modified from original that is.

P.S. that boat has been for sale for a long time now.
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Re: Peterson 34

It is a 34' and it was built in 1977 and for whatever reason it was for sale for a long time. We took her out last weekend and she sails wonderfully, is equipped very well and for our needs has a great compliment of sails. Her interior over the next several months will be fitted with some new creature comforts. She has a very tall, very high aspect ratio, fractional rig.
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It is a 34' and it was built in 1977 and for whatever reason it was for sale for a long time. We took her out last weekend and she sails wonderfully, is equipped very well and for our needs has a great compliment of sails. Her interior over the next several months will be fitted with some new creature comforts. She has a very tall, very high aspect ratio, fractional rig.
Congrats - I'll bet she goes to windward like a witch and slips right along in very light wind as well.
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I think that one is a keeper. The frac rig alone puts it a whole design jump ahead of the Ganbare era boats.
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