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|04-25-2010 03:13 PM|
I have hull#6 of only 8 built.They are actually the 29.9 in every way with the exception of a reversed transom..done as a means to shorten loa and gain advantage with rating.She is moored in Wickford R.I.and sailed year round.Built in 1972,she is completely original with the exception of dodger,sails,and interior cushions.
|07-02-2002 07:37 PM|
Our neighbor had a Bristol 28, which he was trying to sell last I heard. Don''t know if he did, but he now has a Bristol 35.5.
|07-01-2002 08:01 AM|
As I''m sure you probably know, the boat you''re looking at is a Contest. Heavily built, variety of keels, nice woodwork belowdecks. I almost bought a ''70''s Contest 31 with a Scheel keel years ago. Nice little boat, mucho gelcoat crazing. Search for Contest boats in Yachtworld, Soundings and the Contest website.
|06-30-2002 10:28 AM|
Try the Bristol owners group here at sailnet.
I am a meber, and anything Britol can be learned. Good Luck
|04-17-2002 12:54 PM|
Does anybody else out there have a Bristol 28? Or know anybody that has? There is no info on this boat on the AOL Bristol owners group (they show 27 & 29 but no 28)