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Mgf Pintail 14'

Hello everyone!
I m new with this forum and I was wondering if anyone can help me or guide me into where can find help in selling my MGF pintail 14'.
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The O'Day Javelin and Daysailers are excellent choices too.
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Capri 14.2
O'Day daysailer -- maybe a little heavy?
Sunfish when the kids are older and want their own boat (Bic O'pen?)
Martin?
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Bought a Vagabond 14

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Did you end up buying a boat? How is it?


OK, I ended up buying a 1980 Vagabond 14 which came with original sails (good quality) , rudder, daggerboard, and a Tanaka outboard. I plan on keeping her in a yard right off Lake Washington here after I move her from her current moorage...

Thank you all for the tips and suggestions..
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I have a Boston Whaler Harpoon 5.2. It's out of production, but it's still the best small daysailor I've ever seen.
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