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Ericson of some decription ?

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Thanks tdw, thought I'd killed this thread dead.

But no, not an Ericson.
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How about a 1970's or early 80's Hunter? Maybe 32 feet.

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IT is very generic/non-descript. But I feel like I've seen it before, so probably a North American boat. Vintage 1975-1985. I want to say something from Pearson or Cal, 30-32 feet roughy.
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Its a ranger 30, I think.

Correction, its an islander 30

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Islander Bahama 30 was my second choice, behind Hunter.

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JohnR's thinking is good... but it's none of those what I would consider "mainstream" boats...

A recent sailnet poster owns one of these.
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Looks vaguely similar to a dockmate's Columbia. But his has a perforated aluminum rail.

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Looks vaguely similar to a dockmate's Columbia. But his has a perforated aluminum rail.
As does the Bahama Islander 30:

http://newimages.yachtworld.com/1/5/...?1161068400000
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Could it be a Yankee 30?
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