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10-13-2015 08:22 PM
wcajdalton
Re: Trailerable lake boat

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The Cal21 matches alot of your criteria. 6knots, beaches nice and flat, capable of surfing, swing keel, 9" draft, decent cabin, Could sleep 6 in a pinch, bigish cockpit, 1100#s...and I sail mine exclusively on mountain lakes.
My 1976 Clipper 23 twin keel has that list whooped.

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10-13-2015 08:15 PM
wcajdalton
Re: Trailerable lake boat

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Anyone have info on running a twin keel clipper

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10-13-2015 07:37 PM
Zarathu
Re: Trailerable lake boat

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I'm sorry to hear that. How about yourself, have you ever sailed a twin keel boat?

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I have a West Wight Potter 19. It floats in 6 inches with the board up, but you sure don't want to go anywhere with the sails up without the board down. I can motor into the ramp with the board up.
10-13-2015 07:16 PM
wcajdalton
Re: Trailerable lake boat

I'm sorry to hear that. How about yourself, have you ever sailed a twin keel boat?

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10-13-2015 07:06 PM
Zarathu
Re: Trailerable lake boat

The OP hasn't been here since his six posts in 2011. I seriously doubt if he ever got into sailing at all with his wish list. He needed a fairy godmother.
10-13-2015 05:05 PM
wcajdalton
Re: Trailerable lake boat

I just purchased a Clipper 23 .2 keels. Can launch it in almost zero water. Has anyone sailed with 2 keels?

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07-04-2013 09:58 AM
SunnnyD
Re: Trailerable lake boat

I purchased a 22' Windrose for sailing in my local lake last year, and I have nothing but good things to say about the swing keel and ease of sailing this little sloop. It came with all of the sails (including a spinnaker, stormsail, and genoa) and a trailer, and the price was right so I couldn't pass up the opportunity to buy her.
06-05-2013 06:47 PM
longinoj
Re: Trailerable lake boat

I have a slightly different set of qs but I begin by looking for a trailerable sailboat but on the other end: large heavy. Beam under 8'6". Full keel -3' draft? Open ocean sailing and lake sailing. Have lots of sailing exp but zero in this category.
05-14-2013 08:20 PM
ramonred
Re: Trailerable lake boat

If I had to do it again, I would consider a trailerable boat - just have some much time into my girl now.....
04-15-2013 11:40 PM
rtawood
Re: Trailerable lake boat

I agree
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