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Topic Review (Newest First)
02-26-2001 02:47 PM
Opinions welcome->Good Old Boats

Don''t overlook Bayfields. They''re rare, but they''re undervalued. As Gozzard designs, they''re intended for a cruising couple and therefore make pretty decent live-aboards. Classic looks, true blue-water construction. Sizes are 23/25 (same boat), 29, 32, 44, possibly others. Would recommend 32 up, but I know a 6-4 guy who lived aboard a 29 (6-2 or 6-3 headroom) for several years.
12-13-2000 04:30 PM
Opinions welcome->Good Old Boats

You are on the right track with Cal''s. Look at the Cal 2-30, great headroom, great sailboat. MF
12-13-2000 01:34 PM
Opinions welcome->Good Old Boats

She is a very good looking boat (Allied Seabreeze) I love these old designs- good luck with her, congratulations and enjoy it!
12-01-2000 03:21 AM
Opinions welcome->Good Old Boats

Very nice looking boat.
Best of luck and happy sailing.
11-30-2000 03:27 PM
Opinions welcome->Good Old Boats

Thank you for all who have responded.

I didn''t want to mention this until the deal closed. I wanted the C&C contract to fail and 2 minutes after being freed of a bad decision I was on the phone to a broker and bought the following:

I am the proud owner of the only Allied Seabreaze on the west coast.

Sneak a peek at it by copying the following into your web browser address:
11-23-2000 06:57 PM
Opinions welcome->Good Old Boats

Sellers didn''t return brokers calls after it was found to have a large blister problem...

Oh well
11-23-2000 06:41 PM
Opinions welcome->Good Old Boats

What went wrong with the C&C 35 deal? What year and model was it?

Don''t even board a Buccanner. Some of them are dangerous.
11-21-2000 11:40 AM
Opinions welcome->Good Old Boats

I''m not sure if you wanted to go this low..but the bayliner Buccaneer center cockpits are really roomy and less than 10k. If your just looking for a place to live and a good baysailor, or light coastal work, give it some thought. There are plans and specs at
11-19-2000 01:02 PM
Opinions welcome->Good Old Boats

C&C deal fell through....

Allied Seabreeze deal is now on :-)
11-04-2000 03:01 PM
Opinions welcome->Good Old Boats

I have owned an Ericson 29 for the past 6 years and if my family of 4 can survive aboard for two weeks at a time a single should have no problem. The boat is quick, well built and resale stays high - we love her.
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