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25 feet or under 245 24.09%
26-35 feet 490 48.18%
36-47 feet 249 24.48%
Greater than 47 feet 33 3.24%
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post #181 of 201 Old 02-20-2013
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Intrestingly enough my spell check sees "multihull" as multimillion.....I haven't bothered to change it.....close enough
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she is a small 37 footer - 9ft 9ins beam, 27ft wl, wood construction, so really the size of a modern 26 footer...
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What is the size of your boat?

Yankee 38 racer :-)))
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Re: What is the size of your boat?

Mine's 22', but it's a big 22' inside!

When I first saw her, I thought she was 25 or 26 feet.

At 6' tall, I have standing headroom until I get past the galley to the head area. Then, it's a good sitting area, or stand under the fore hatch.
She will have a sit-down shower soon too!

Completely paid for, solidly built, and capable of ocean crossing. The original owner sailed her from the UK to Houston and all around the Bay before he settled down, and sold her.

I'm the 3rd official owner.

I'm Dean, and I have a 22' Westerly Nomad.
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Re: What is the size of your boat?

We have a 21 and a 34 ft project, would like to sell both and get a 24-28 ft trailerable.
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Re: What is the size of your boat?

My boat looks alot bigger than 30' on the outside (probably has something to do with the proportions), but inside is pretty tight. Beam is 8'9" the sides take up 6" of that (1"planking w/2x3" frames and 1/4 cieling )which including cabinets gives the widest width in main cabin of 6'. From cabin to stern is 10' from companionway hatch to mast is 8' and ahead of the mast it gets too tight to be considered anything but storage, headroom under companionway is 6'2" under midship hatch is 6'4" and under cabin top in main cabin 5'7" (William Atkin felt that "you don't need to stand up everywhere).
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60' needs some work but paid for...
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44ft and all paid for, sailing sweetly......
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Re: What is the size of your boat?

28ft bayliner victoria 2750 sunbridge.. Havent scored me a sail yet
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Re: What is the size of your boat?

San Juan 7.7 - 26ft
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