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Talking find me an example of a blue water sailing boat pls

find me a blue water sailing boat; i kind of don't know what to look for; its LOA must be short as possible and it must be cheap as possible
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How about a Pearson Triton - 28 ft. and at least one has been all over the globe: Atom Voyages | Voyaging Around the World on the Sailboat Atom with James and Mei

Or maybe a Flicka

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Why not try the sticky bluewater boat thread at the top of the buying a boat forum for some ideas? Welcome aboard!
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The other issue here is, he is in Slovenia, not sure there are too many Pearson Tritons or Flicka's over there! But i would assume the sticky bluewater in the Buying forum would have some examples available in Europe!

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A prime example of an old time sailing vessel is the "Kon Tiki."
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Pearson Triton looks beautiful, strong and cheap; the nearest Pearson Triton is in Florida and Maryland; the idea/ dream is to fly in USA, buy a Pearson Triton and make a transatlantic trip with it ; than sell it on east Atlantic (couse who will need such boat in Adriatic) or something
but let's wait for more posts from europe

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