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Westsail 32

Skippers:
Apologies in advance is this topic has been done to death.
How about opinions on a Westsail 32 as a liveaboard for the Atlantic Coast, ICW, Bahamas and Chesapeake Bay?
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A guy, I believe his name is Chris, who now works at BlueWater Marine in League City, Tx. currently lives aboard a Westsail 32 and has for several years. That is he and his wife. Just got back from a long cruise as well. May wish to try to contact him for his opinion.
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The previous owners of our boat lived aboard in the San Juan Islands, WA for nine years before setting sail south to Mexico. I have quite a few Westsail friends in California who live aboard their Westsails and love it.

Steve
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