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04-30-2009 10:13 PM
sailingdog Good luck Mimsy... I'm keeping my fingers crossed for you and the ARE.
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Here's hoping it all goes well...
04-30-2009 09:47 PM
Mimsy Here's hoping it all goes well...
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A Tatoosh 42.
04-30-2009 09:42 PM
sailingdog A Tatoosh 42.
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I wish it was! Close but not quite...its purty though.
Initial inspection by our surveyor was today, waiting to hear if we get to move on to sea trial and haul out survey.

this point, unless she has delaminating decks, blisters that can not be repaired or a problem with the keel we are soooo close to being owned by a boat!
04-30-2009 09:29 PM
Mimsy
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It's a Valiant 42
I wish it was! Close but not quite...its purty though.
Initial inspection by our surveyor was today, waiting to hear if we get to move on to sea trial and haul out survey.

this point, unless she has delaminating decks, blisters that can not be repaired or a problem with the keel we are soooo close to being owned by a boat!
04-30-2009 09:12 PM
sailingdog Yup...match the Valiant 42 as well...and the Valiant is a Bob Perry designed boat IIRC.
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Oh, you said that earlier, but I thought you were BS'n..............sorry

Specs match C42 though
04-30-2009 08:33 PM
poopdeckpappy Oh, you said that earlier, but I thought you were BS'n..............sorry

Specs match C42 though
04-30-2009 07:36 PM
sailingdog Can't be... she said it was a Bob Perry design on another forum.
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Catalina 42
04-30-2009 10:55 AM
blt2ski There are two E27's on my dock. Whether they are the same version is another story.

If Ericksons are your first choice, there is online an Erickson owners forum and website with quite a bit of info available on it.

marty
04-30-2009 10:53 AM
rayncyn51 We looked at an Ericson 27. It did have a nice deck layout with wide side decks. Nice interior space, too, for a 27 footer. Good luck with your search!
04-30-2009 10:03 AM
JohnRPollard
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The original boat was an Ericson 27 (circa 1970's). She's a sort of a hybrid between a true fin keeler and a full keel. I like the model alot, but not the specific boat I went to view yesterday. The decks were wet wet wet and the stanchions were loose loose loose. Too bad she was listed as "sail away" condition.
Kwalt,

Interesting! I'm not familiar with that model -- do you have any kind of link to photos, etc?

There is another somewhat unusual Ericson, called the "Independence 31", that you might keep an eye out for. It's more along the lines of the style boat you like, rather than the typical modern Ericson design.
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