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25 feet or under 252 24.37%
26-35 feet 497 48.07%
36-47 feet 251 24.27%
Greater than 47 feet 34 3.29%
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post #81 of 201 Old 07-16-2008
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Boat size

I have a Hunter 23.
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Howzit all,
Sailing a Cal27, Hull #14.
Homeport- Hale'iwa, Hawaii.
Enjoy the rest of the summer sailing.
Aloha Ka'kou.
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O'Day 22 shoal

When I go, let it be by boat, with a steady breeze on the Chesapeake with a bottle of 7-up, a bag of ice, a plastic cup, and a box of wine
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Hi, 'new' member (although I've been lurking for years), currently with a 1985, 26' Seafarer but had a 19' Starwind for about 4 years.
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I just aquired a 1977 Hertiage West Indies 38 and am having the time of my life trying find out how everything works. Does anyone have an idea as to how I could get an owners manuel? Thanks for your help.
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I have an Ericson 39
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Oh. I forgot one boat.
a one meter R/C boat that I throw in the river and play with when it's blowing less than 12 knots. Don't remember who made it.
Makes a good training device for beginners. Lots of weather helm so it rounds up in a heartbeat.

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Islander 26
Great boat for chesapeake bay. paid for including refit.
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13 foot butterfly, forget who makes it.
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