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|05-02-2009 04:05 AM|
|KeelHaulin||Congrats... Have a fun sailing season!|
|05-02-2009 01:46 AM|
I found one locally! 1991 wing keel with outboard power.
Well equipped and all the comforts of home.
So I bought it for my birthday (April).
It's exactly the same as my old Capri 18 - but 50% bigger.
|11-17-2008 02:51 AM|
Do you have a link for this boat?
Cavelamb at earthlink.net
|11-12-2008 08:33 PM|
Of course the boat is for sale, isn't yours? The boat has a trailer, lots of sails, and in great condition!!
|11-11-2008 09:47 AM|
You just bought that boat, are you selling already???
Your just tired of being picked on for having pink sails.
|11-10-2008 10:30 PM|
Great boat for sale in the Phoenix area with a trailer!!!
|11-10-2008 10:32 AM|
Originally Posted by cavelamb View Post
Sailing Texas, sailing lessons, sailboats for sale, sailboat rentals, charters, used sailboats
Pretty good source for trailerable boats.
|11-10-2008 07:29 AM|
I just learned about the Capri 26.
I've sailed the 18 (for several years) and 22.
I thought the line topped out with the 25, which is a
slightly bigger version of a 22, which is a slightly bigger
version of an 18. The 26 looks like a whole 'nother thing,
I've found several old links to boats that were once for sale,
but not there any more.
Does anyone here know of a 26 for sale?
Preferably somewhere near Texas, but any US boat would
|10-25-2008 12:46 AM|
Capri's are built adequate for what they are designed for - a light day sailor & weekender. I wouldn't hesitate to do some coastal crusing picking the days carefully and keeping the weather radio on.
It's got an active class association ( Capri 26 National Association ) and is a good solution for a pocket cruiser.
PS - whether a 155% is overpowering it will depend entirely on the winds in your area. I like a 140 to 135% for lake sailing and winds of 10 to 20 knots.
|10-24-2008 07:03 PM|
Capri 26 help!
Hello there I am also A Capri 26 owner, I appreciate your enthusiasm for the boat. Its very hard to get info on her. Your last poat said you were considering getting a larger Genoa, Did you? and if so how does it sail? I am considering a 155% but my fellow sailors seem to think that the 155% will be overpowering her, and hard to handle. What are your thoughts?
Originally Posted by captainjimbolio View Post
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