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Sailboat for 50 people?

My department is taking suggestions for a reward trip. There's about 30 people in the dept and their spouses, so maybe 40 total would be able to go on a given weekend. Is there a common sailboat that holds 40-50 people? How many foot boat would that be, and how would I find one available for reservations near Seattle? If it's out of the question, maybe suggest two boats with 25 each?

Any round figures for the cost?
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Right now they are down here in CA for the winter but I've attached link for Gray's Harbor Historical which has 2 ships which may serve your purposes, assuming you wait for spring. I've seen both down here & they seem pretty nice, the Lady Washington can carry 48 passengers.
http://www.historicalseaport.org/

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