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Re: Best used cheap blue water boats 30-45ft

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c34? is that a catalina 34? If so I like them. My question is because of the bottom shape how they would do in storm conditions. I envision, and I remind you I know nothing of sailboats, that this sort of hull design would tend to have a bumpier ride in the rough as opposed to a full keel vessel
Yes, a Catalina 34. I haven't had mine out in rough weather yet so i can't really comment from personal experience. I know quite a few of them have made ocean passages. I believe one poster here (georgeB) has sailed his from CA to Hawaii. If you're really interested you can get a ton of information from the user's association web site, c34.org.
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Yes, a Catalina 34. I haven't had mine out in rough weather yet so i can't really comment from personal experience. I know quite a few of them have made ocean passages. I believe one poster here (georgeB) has sailed his from CA to Hawaii. If you're really interested you can get a ton of information from the user's association web site, c34.org.
good idea. I'll go check em out. thanks
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Swan 44 on offer in Tortola for 50k High hours Perky newish sails. Been raced I guess 3 repaired spis is a clue. Huge bonus in that it is a rare non teak deck version.

And it is a SWAN!
The non teak swan is called a tartan
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The non teak swan is called a tartan
tartan 44? I'll look her up that's
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Yes, the swan and tartan are based on the same boat. More here

Http://sailingwithkids.net/tartan-41
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Yes, the swan and tartan are based on the same boat. More here

Http://sailingwithkids.net/tartan-41
that's a racer, not a cruiser.....She is a nice vessel but I think being a beginner and plan on single handling much of the time I should stick to maybe a tartan 37 or even a wetsnail 32. I found a nice Down East 32 at a reasonable price which is a solid built boat I may go look at.
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Re: Best used cheap blue water boats 30-45ft

FLOYD:
One minute it's a Westsail the next it a Catalina. Maybe a Huntert?
Crossing the bar?

I think you are doing way too much talking and far too little sailing.
Time to get out of the basement and into a boat.

Too much talk, not enough sailing.
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If I had a boat for sale, I would be sure to tell the OP that boat is the one he should buy!
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