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seaward 32...any useful info....

I'm looking for any USEFUL info. about this boat. I realize it may not ba a good choice for heavy offshore work,and it may not measure up to snobby standards. I will not be cruising the high seas.We are west coast snow-birds and will be sneaking up and down from B.C. to Mex with the warm weather.
The trailerable feature makes it attractive to us,but is it a slug to sail?
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They only thing I can tell you (after looking into them myself) is that you don't see many come on the market. Which tells me that the people buying them must be pretty happy with them. It's certainly an intriguing concept though.
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http://sailingmagazine.net/perry_seawardeagle.html ....for what Robert Perry has to say about the boat. You will be TRAILERING it down the coast right??
Up and down from BC to Mexico is NO PLACE for a lightly built boat. Looks like a lot of fun for the sounds and Baha. Neat concept.
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The thought has been to trailer to San Diego and sail with the Baja-Ha-Ha,then spend the winter in the gulf ,then go get the truck trailer and haul her back to Puget Sound for the summmer.
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Sounds like a plan ARL! Should be fun and she can certainly do the trip south from SD.
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