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Old 11-08-2006
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Lancer sailboats and motorsailors...

Interesting boats these Lancers. I never heard of them before today and after doing some research, they appear to be good solid boats. The Lancer 27PS looks to be what MacGregor was trying to do with the 26X, only a better sailing boat. It features a large, well laid out cabin, decent sailplan, good sailing performance and is capable of having up 140 HP for motors either in a twin 70HP or single 140!!! It aparently motors at 14.5 knots with 15 HP and hits hull speed in 15-20 knots of wind. Personaly, I think it looks better than the Mac and is apparently better constructed. Does anybody out there have personal experience with these boats?

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