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New to sailing

While being a long time "boater", I am generally new to sailing. I recently purchased a 1984 Barberis 30 which is made in Italy. I learned that almost 300 were made over a 10 year period by the manufacturer Cantieri Barberis and all for the US market. Would love to hear from any other Barberis owner in the States especially on the east coast. Funny enough, A google search of that particular model come up empty. Where are the other 299 sailboats?
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Re: New to sailing

Let's hope that the other 299 are all still floating at least. Welcome to SailNet!
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Thanks for the welcome Donna. I know I'll learn a lot on this forum.
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Re: New to sailing

Yes, Welcome!

Perhaps your boat is known by a different name? Why don't you post some pics, and maybe someone will recognize it. Or just to show it off!

Is it a 29 like This one?: Barberis Show 29
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Re: New to sailing

Hello there. New to SailNet.
in reply to an older post- Barberis Show 30. My wife and i purchased one oct 2013.
we have the original owners manual and work receipts, but would love any other information which might be available.

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Re: New to sailing

Welcome to sailnet, mplight.

Barberis boats seem rather rare, but I found an old thread for a 38-footer from which you might glean something useful:

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Hey, thanks for the research and link.
just sitting here waiting on weather, so we can drop her back in the water!

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Re: New to sailing

This reminds me of the foot-in-mouth statement by former US Ambassador to Italy, Peter Secchia, when he said while serving as ambassador that "the best way to see the Italian navy is with a glass bottom boat". Didn't go over well at the time.
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Re: New to sailing

Welcome to sailnet, good luck with the search. As you can see this is a great site for help with all things sailing.
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Re: New to sailing

Hope you will find more information. welcome to sailnet.
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