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25 feet or under 246 24.17%
26-35 feet 490 48.13%
36-47 feet 249 24.46%
Greater than 47 feet 33 3.24%
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post #41 of 201 Old 03-26-2008
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Our boat is a Valiant 40 on which I installed a 2 foot bowsprit back in 1987
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28' of pure pleasure!
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Nike 9.5", Multihull. Doesn't perform well under sail.

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40' Brewer pilothouse, but it seems larger when you are prying the teak off the decks.

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They seem big when you're painting the bottom too.

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25 feet of catalina!!!
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