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Your favorite Sailnet member boat?

There are many great boats owned on here and I was thinking today what my favorite one is, there are so many nice ones. The ones that stick in my mind though are Giulietta, Simon's Ericson 39B, John Pollard's PSC 31, sailortjk1 Beneteau 361 is beautiful with that unique color scheme, Jim H's Cal 20 (his other boat's cool too, but I really like his Cal 20), and many others I can't recall at the moment. But I think my favorite is Simon's Ericson, Goodonya. Beautiful boat, and it's been there, done that.
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My favorite Sailnet member boat is MINE-MINE-MINE!!!!!!!!!!
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I'm personally fond of the boat half owned by the sailnet babe known as MMR.

It's a seriously sweet Gemini 105MC. I might be partial, so what.
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Our Pearson 27 "At Last" is my fav... love her!!! I will also say that having sailed Giulietta, she is one beautiful boat asthetically as well as in performance. all i can really say is... WOW. there are many awesome boats here on SN... too many to list.
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I like JRD22's Brewer Pilothouse 40. It's like a Hollywood version of my boat.
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well, MY boat IS hollywood.
The boat that don johnson lived aboard in Miami Vice is an Endeavour 42. All I need now is a pet alligator!
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Does anyone own a Bristol Channel Cutter??

That's my favorite.

Besides my own!!
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I think CD's C400 is one very sweet looking vessel
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BEst for laughs, "Old Shoe"

Best sailing "Old Shoe"

Best looking "Old Shoe"

Which do I not want "Old Shoe"

new boat I'd like and can afford " SF3200, Dehler 34, X34, 35 or 37"

Of those owned "In avitar"
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I was quite fond of Cam's boat; though now I suppose it does not qualify. Labatt's Passport 40 is nice, as is JohnPollards PSC
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