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Does anyone know of a good maker of Catamaran cruisers in the 32-38 foot range? Not the half million dollar ones but one I can get used in the 75-125 thou range? I understand many of the older ones aren't good, so what would be a good cut-off year to consider one and which builder?
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The Gemini 105 does not look too bad for the money,
but I have heard the finish is not excellent.
The Seawind is very nice boat, but much pricier.
You can likely find an older Fountaine Pajot 36 in
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Look at the Admiral 35, Victory 35, FP Tobago 35, Gemini (32-34' depending on year), Lagoon 35ccc, Lagoon 37 TPI

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Don't be afraid to look into cold molded boats that are one off. A CSK 37 ftr recently sold for about $45k. She was in Fiji, and got there on her own bottom from Southern California........i2f
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