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02-07-2013 10:09 AM
Re: offshore sailing

Just from the pictures, the hull shape looks okay, though that doesn't say a lot. As for how comfortable it will be offshore, that depends a lot on its displacement and ballast numbers. Do you know those details? How about the ratio of sail area to displacement? That will have a lot to say about how well it is going to sail. I don't see those kind of statistics anywhere.
02-04-2013 10:02 AM
Re: offshore sailing

That's write it is the neptune 30' 1984 van de stadt excalibur the hull is in perfect shape and it have an brain new motor. Did make a good deal on it.
02-03-2013 03:15 PM
Lake Superior Sailor
Re: offshore sailing

Was that buying or looking? I like to know what I'm buying, But; then I never had a silver spoon!....Just saying!....Dale
02-03-2013 11:41 AM
Re: offshore sailing

here's one. 30′ Van De Stadt Excaliber Steel Cutter – 1984 – $14,900 | Used Boats for Sale Ontario - Kingston Yacht Sales
Looks more like a coastal cruiser then blue water.... jus saying...
02-03-2013 09:41 AM
Re: offshore sailing

A very well established Dutch yacht design firm. How old is yours?

See CLICKY for more.
02-03-2013 08:34 AM
offshore sailing

I am bying a van de stadt excalibur steel cutter 30fts Do anny boddy knows about this type of sail boat. It have a new motor and the hull is fresly painted. I never heard abbout van de stadt dose any one know about it?
Now I have a o'day 30 1978 fore sale.

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