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anyone know something about this yacht . our son has a 25 ft sloop. it look really great. plastic, insides of nice finished wood fun to sail. tks anne minix
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do you mean the US Yacht built by bayliner in the early 80s. i own a US27 and have a bunch of info on the US Yacht line

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If you are refering to a US25, I owned one for about 5 years. I believe it was a Peterson design. Now this should not be confused with the Buccinear boat that was Bayliners original sailboat.

The US 25 was hand layed glas, deck stepped mast and was fairly basic in creature comforts. The boat was fun to sail, easy to maintain and very well mannered. If its in good shape and the price is right, it''s a fine begining boat. We loved ours.
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I would love to have any info on the US Yacht line you have. My brother and I owned a US27 together when he moved I had to find my own boat. I found a US21 and loved the lines so I bought her. Its a great boat. I am trying to compile as much info on US Yachts as I can.
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