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Re: S2 9.2C Thoughts

We took a good hard look at a 9.2C a couple of years ago. You will probably love it or hate it. The boom seemed entirely too low for my taste. The Admiral loved the head w/shower, and she also liked the aft cabin. But that was about it on the positive end. The v-berth looked entirely too small. We also don't like carpet lined walls. Different strokes for different folks, I guess.
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Re: S2 9.2C Thoughts

It's a great boat. I owned one for several years (in fact it might have been the one you've looked at if you are in Idaho). Interestingly, I've also owned a Pearson 28-2 as mentioned by one of the previous responders. That's also a great boat, but for different reasons.

Of the 7 sailboats I've owned I can honestly say the one I truly regretted selling the most was the S2. It was our first big boat and we learned a lot sailing it.

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The v-berth looked entirely too small. We also don't like carpet lined walls. Different strokes for different folks, I guess.
When you have a big aft cabin, the v-berth becomes a garage.
The carpeting on the walls is an issue. For me I'd replaced it just so you wouldn't have to deal with mold issues.
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Re: S2 9.2C Thoughts

G'day! I'm a proud owner of an S2 9.2 CC Love it. I used to sail a Hunter 35.5 Legend with an almost identical layout only 6 feet longer! I'm also new to sailnet so... Hi everyone!
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