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Topic Review (Newest First)
10-08-2010 04:57 PM
Sternik You can get TES 24 (TES 720) in Canada. Solid ballast, 12" draft with keel up, 4'8 keel down, lots of head room, transport weight about 3400lbs. TES Yachts

09-15-2010 07:56 PM
ptsbug Check out the Paceship PY23, we have a family of four and love to trailer sail with it's relatively light weight 2300 diplacement and its shallow draft with centerboard.
easy to step the mast, I can sleep in any one of the 4 berths and I am 6'3".

The Paceship Website Homepage
08-30-2010 10:20 AM
Maverick1958 Helsen 22 is another good choice. They are inexpensive and solid as a rock. Keel up 14" keel down 4'-6". Note: Many of these boats are in disrepair and require some work to bring them up to speed.
08-29-2010 09:50 PM
sailingdog The Telstar is hull #340.
08-29-2010 12:52 PM
TomatoDave
Great, let me know what you think if you look at it.

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Originally Posted by jim2553 View Post
@TomatoDave - hmm, looks nice, I am only about 3.5 hours from that. I will have to see what is up
It's really a good price for a Seaward, even with changed mast unless there are other problems.
08-26-2010 10:20 AM
CoralReefer There's a 2006 telstar 28 for sale in Havana Fl for 59,000 for quick sale. On the telstar 28 forum. Pictures look good and has trailer
08-26-2010 10:04 AM
jim2553 @TomatoDave - hmm, looks nice, I am only about 3.5 hours from that. I will have to see what is up
08-25-2010 03:04 PM
TomatoDave
Seward forum

And there is a dedicated Seaward forum that could answer specific questions you might have. Google "Seaward trailer sailor" and you'll find it.
08-25-2010 03:00 PM
TomatoDave
Link for Seaward 24

Now that I've posted 2 posts, I think I can post link:

Hake Yacht Seaward Sailboat 1987 24 With Nissan Motor | Yacht Bidz - The Source for Yacht Sales
08-25-2010 02:58 PM
TomatoDave
Seaward 24 for sale you might like

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@bljones, oh, interesting, I did a quick search yesterday and saw one in TX for about $50k and decided that I couldn't handle it. Budget is in that 10-15k range. I will keep my eye out for a Hawke Seaward, they are beautiful!
I also really like Sewards and have looked all over for them. One was for sale in SD that might interest you. It was on ebay but got no bids. The mast was knocked off in a storm and the owner replaced it with another, Chrysler 22, I think, so It's a little shorter, but the price is right $4500. I talked with owner but too far a drive. It might be worth a drive if still for sale. I can't post a link because I've only posted 1 previous post.
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