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|07-12-2003 10:39 AM|
Thanks for the responses. I was wondering about the boats ability in light air and also any opinions about centerboard.
|07-11-2003 12:16 PM|
I have owned a PY-26 for about two years, and sail it at least weekly here in North Carolina. Mine is an outboard, fixed keel model. I''ve been happy with it, and in our local club races I can usually keep up with the Catalina 27''s ..
I suggest you check the Paceship website for additional info at www.paceship.org
|07-11-2003 06:40 AM|
My brother has a Paceship PY26 and I formerly owned a P23. The PY26 seems to be well built and solid. it is very roomy for a 26 and was later remarketted as the Tanzer 27. This model was originally built in Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia and then by AMF on the East Coast of USA. Check out this link for the Paceship website for more information http://www.paceship.org/
It is a boat that you will not be disappointed with unles you like a flat out racer. Despite that it is not painfully slow either.
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|07-10-2003 03:56 PM|
I have been looking at paceship 26. Does anyone have any experience or opinions about the boat. I would be using the boat for inland and coastal cruising. Thanks