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New Sailor looking for advice on new boat - a 30 Maurice Griffith

Hi all, happy new year to you. I have been finding the forums very helpful already without being a member whilst ive been looking for an offshore capable boat on a small budget. I'm considering buying a MG the bottom is a strange shape sort of like a bilging bathtub but apparently offshore worthy. Shes an old classic. Anyone know about the Maurice Griffith's reputation offshore. I checked out the MG society but did not find it terribly useful. Thanks.
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I am only familiar with MG's voyages in the coastal broads of England. Could you provide a link to the boat you are referencing?
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Thanks for taking the time to reply JP. I got the info I need before I got your reply, here: Maurice Griffiths Designs - Yachting and Boating World Forums
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