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Can anyone id this old girl?

Have not been able to ID.
anyone?
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It kinda looks like a Columbia 5.5 or a saber but the rudder looks different so probably not I just saw one that looked just like this down the road that was a 5.5
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It kinda looks like a Columbia 5.5 or a saber...
Not even close. The 5.5 is 32' long. This thing probably 6' or 8' shorter than that.
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The hull shape suggests something like an Ensign but it is not an Ensign as the dog house is the wrong shape. It could be another of the older Pearson models that have that nearly full keel hull design.
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Have not been able to ID.
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Paceship Eastwind designed by George McVay.
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EAST WIND 25 (PACESHIP) Sailboat details on sailboatdata.com
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I cant tell from a picture how big it is I know I saw a sabre down the road from me and it looked similar. Nice looking boat though.
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