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I welcome all reviews and comments about this boat, particularly its sailing qualities and performance.
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I just purchased my Princess 36' about a week ago and so far its great. I bought the boat in san diego and sailed it to its new home in Morro Bay, CA. We left san diego in 9 to 10 foot swells which it cut through with no problem.

the price you can get the boat for right now is great, and since its a buyers market, offer low and they will accept.

the boat is a little slow, and most have problems with factory fuel tanks. mine had a leak so the previous owners replaced the 40 gal tank with an 18 gallon tank.

i have plenty more information if youd like it and you can see more at my website sail3sheets.com
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I can't say that I have significant experience directly with the boat, but I've known several fulltime cruisers in the SE US-Bahamas-Caribbean who are Allied Princess or Mistress owners that are very pleased with their vessels. There is some merit in judging a boat by the character of the owners. 'take care and joy, Aythya crew
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There is an allied boats group on yahoo.Very friendly,helpful & well informed.marc
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I am just buying hull 10 1973 this week, 5 year dream come true, love this boat thanks for starting this thread.
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I know of one for sale in my area. it's engine is partially under bilge rain water,
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I am just buying hull 10 1973 this week, 5 year dream come true, love this boat thanks for starting this thread.
cant wait to sail the ketch rig very intresting kind of reliable rig with options especialy suited for cruising.
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