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Who recognizes this boat?

Ok, we will try this another way. Does anyone recognize this boat?
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Cape Dory 22????

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Close. The Cape Dory 22 has only 2 cabin windows and a full keel. This one seems to have a swing keel.

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The hull looks like a Tanzer 22. Not the boat house though. Is it a custom job?

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It's supposed to be a Condor 21, but nobody has ever heard of it, and there are no other examples on the web....

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Mystery boats...

I'm afraid I don't recognize yours - wondering if anyone recognizes this one. She's about 21' or so, swing keel. The port/trim pattern seems as if it would be unique.
 
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I'm afraid I don't recognize yours - wondering if anyone recognizes this one. She's about 21' or so, swing keel. The port/trim pattern seems as if it would be unique.
That is a Spirit.. made by Glastron in the late 70s - very early 80s.

My first boat was a Spirit 23.

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Great, thanks much. That would make sense, as the boat came from the Austin area and Glastron used to build a lot of boats around here.
 
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Ok, we will try this another way. Does anyone recognize this boat?
I like the lines of this boat, but would really like to know more about it's performance, which is why I would like to know what it really is.
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I found another listing for the same boat here:HUGHES26

They are calling it a yankee 23 here...It seems like they are not sure what it is.

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