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I don't know but I like it! I love heavy cruisers!
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Nope, not a Westail, but damn near as seaworthy. It's also smaller than anything Westsail ever made (I think).

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Nice fast work, Faster. It is indeed a Nor Sea 27. One of my favorite pocket cruisers that can go around the world. Very unique interior layout.

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Here's one that might not be instantly recognizable.... btw are we limited to production boats?
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Lancer 30?

And yes, I think we should limit it to production boats and semi-custom, it would be way too hard to identify custom boats.

EDIT: or not... whatever anyone wants to post is ok with me I guess.

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Lancer 30?

And yes, I think we should limit it to production boats and semi-custom, it would be way too hard to identify custom boats.

EDIT: or not... whatever anyone wants to post is ok with me I guess.
Not Lancer... hint: larger, and designed by a venerable design house. Here's another view of a sistership:


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I'm guessing it's a Sparkman/Stephens design, but I'm still pondering the builder/model.

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I'm guessing it's a Sparkman/Stephens design, but I'm still pondering the builder/model.
On the money so far......might need some Canucks to weigh in here.
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OK, but this is too easy, mainly because I've got one. A 32ft Dreadnought built by Carpenteria Boat Works. However mine is single masted, with a cutter rig.
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