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25 feet or under 241 24.00%
26-35 feet 485 48.31%
36-47 feet 245 24.40%
Greater than 47 feet 33 3.29%
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post #151 of 200 Old 07-30-2011
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Capri 22 and Cape Dory 25.
In time we will replace the Cape Dory 25 with something that has standing head room, but will wait a few more years as we enjoy the cape Dory and use the Capri as our "trailer sailer".
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My boat has 37.2'
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post #154 of 200 Old 08-27-2011
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I like to keep my fantasies from being too fantastic which is why I am live on a 30' Atkin's cutter rather than standing on the dock lusting after a 60' schooner.
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I recently bought a 39' Yorktown. It's a nice Boat. A bit to big I think for my first saiboat. Be that as it may, it's is built like a brick Sh*t house, or a Timex watch. It's a center cockpit boat, and because of that and the fact that I'm an old fart, I think "Single Handed" will be a way in the future.
I too look at the newer bigger boats, but I'm a realist, I got what I believe is a great deal, probably because of the economy.
I'm looking forward to swallowing the anchor and visiting warm places.

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Around 80' if you add them all up, otherwise most are around 24'.
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hello, my boat is 22 beautiful feet
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my boat is 22 beautiful feet
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