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Mac22 Venture I think

I bought a 1982 Venture 22 ,, but I can't find much info.. I see alot of boats like mine that are called a Venture 21.. Can someone look at my profile pic and tell me what make my boat is.. All the paper work says 22
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Looks like a 22' Venture. It has the pop-top. Does it have a cut-down section in the stern for an outboard?
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hello,
I have a macgregor 22... and yours looks similar... but I love that pop top cover.. where did you get that... that is soo coool! Thanks for sharing your pic.
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I like that cover too.
It looks like a 222 to me, I think all the 22's had a window in front, but not possitive. Nice boat regardless. I have a V23 and love it, just wish I could sail her more often.

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the pointy end is the bow
 
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Our first boat was a Venture 22. It had three little cabin windows and was cutter rigged. We were too po' for a dinghy, but the roll up keel let us get close to the beach. We were a family of four on that boat, of course we were all a lot smaller back then.



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That's a 222. I have a copy of the paperwork for my '72 if you need a copy. It's all mostly common sense, though. Nice boat. My poptop cover doesn't have the front window YET, or the lifelines. Gimme a minute.
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Our first boat was a Venture 22. It had three little cabin windows and was cutter rigged. We were too po' for a dinghy, but the roll up keel let us get close to the beach. We were a family of four on that boat, of course we were all a lot smaller back then.


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Erps, that's a V23 in the pic. Someone has removed the "brightwork" and added a pulpit, but it's a 23. It's one boat that really stands out, the upswept bow, 3 window, and cutter configuration are a dead give-away. All the 22s and 222s were more modern looking.
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