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Re: What's your dream boat?

How about 22 Vietnamese junks??
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Re: What's your dream boat?

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Say you won El Gordo lottery, last year worth 720 million Euros. then what would you buy?
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....for bad weather,
One of these: Meet the "Cosmic Muffin"
....for no-wind days,
And this Exuma 44
....for most of the time.
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Re: What's your dream boat?

Passport 40 (if it has had chainplates replaced) and is well cared for. Awesome galley. Good sailer. Solid. Stable and predictable. Fantastic engine access -maybe the best.

Passport 42/Slocum 43 -for the same reasons

Nordic 44 -and if you could afford it Norseman 447

See a trend? PERRY BOATS!
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Re: What's your dream boat?

This is up there on the list
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This is an old dream;-)
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Re: What's your dream boat?

A 42' cat that will fit in a 25' slip, tack and point, and cost less than $5 k.
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This would be alot of fun;
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Re: What's your dream boat?

This one is super nice and looks great sailing.

Now all I need is a few million dollars to buy it and sail around the world LOL.
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Re: What's your dream boat?

Thank you Mark.. I -love- old cutters like that. I think apart from old schooners, there is nothing prettier on the water than an old cutter.
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