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P30 photos

I loaded some photos of (formerly) my P30 in my member gallery.

http://www.sailnet.com/photogallery/.../ppuser/157930

They're scanned from print photos, so they're not the highest quality. I co-owned Second Wind from 2002 until 2005 with my roommate at the time. A few of the photos, including the shot of the cabin, are from the day we sailed her home; we later cleaned her up quite a bit and installed a more modern VHF as well as a stereo.

She's a 1973 P30, hull #415 (according to the mainsail), and she had a Universal diesel. A great boat, and we had more fun aboard than a couple of kids just out of college could ask for.

I hope in the next year or two to get another boat, probably a trailerable like a Catalina 18 or comparable, or maybe even more basic, a Hobie 16. I'm just not going to be in a financial position to maintain a larger boat that has to stay in the water (slip rent!!!).

Anyway, I loved my P30. Feel free to comment, and post photos of yours!
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