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post #21 of 26 Old 08-14-2010
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Just out of curiosity now that you've had the boat for most of a season, how did the boat turn out for what you wanted to do and how much did you spend on gear, improvements, etc.?
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I would also like to know!
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Re: thoughts on used 31-35 foot options?

Me too.
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Re: thoughts on used 31-35 foot options?

Guys, this thread is over 2 years old and gregwet hasn't posted since then.

I can say, I was looking for a C34 around the same time and the boat gregwet bought was actually #2 on my list. I liked it a lot but there were just a few things about the boat I bought that made my boat #1
I've had my C34 for a little over 2 years now and have been very happy with it. The only major thing I did to it when we bought was to add air conditioning.
It's a very roomy 34 and we are very comfortable with it.

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Re: thoughts on used 31-35 foot options?

I was looking at a much older version that seemed nice but wasn't ready to buy. It's about the largest that I found that could be sailed by one person.
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Re: thoughts on used 31-35 foot options?

Just think of what you have to repair to have her sea worthy. Its an odd question and different for all of us.
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