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New sailor looking for HR46

Hi,

My name is Peter Bae. I am new to here and like to get lots of advice on my lightly used fully equipped used hallberg rassy 46 searching.
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Re: New sailor looking for HR46

See Hallberg-rassy 46 boats for sale - www.yachtworld.com
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Re: New sailor looking for HR46

Bona,

That's a lot of boat for a new sailor. Regardless of how deep your pockets are, it makes good sense to shoot a little smaller for a first boat. I suggest something in the 20 foot range. Less likely to turtle than a dinghy but still tender enough to scare you into your senses as you learn to feel the wind and the boat interact.

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