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View Poll Results: What is the age of your boat?
1-5 years 46 4.05%
6-10 years 35 3.08%
11-15 years 41 3.61%
16-20 years 77 6.77%
More than 20 years 763 67.11%
More than 30 years 171 15.04%
Too old to tell.... 4 0.35%
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post #171 of 318 Old 02-22-2011
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1987 Watkins 29, 24 years and in very good condition.
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1971 McCurdy Rhodes Seafarer 24 ...so that makes her 40...she still needs alot of work done on her and a new mainsail but nothing too drastic...tough ol' gal she is...
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1990 Clearwater 35. 21 years old and doing quite well with piecemeal upgrades and regular maintenance over the 15 years we've had her.
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1970 Columbia 34 MK II; New to me 6 mo. ago and starting to look so much better with every passing weekend and Benjamin ; )
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Mine is a 1991 Catalina 36. I actually would have bought newer, but Catalina obliterated the wonderful forward facing nav station on the 1992+ boats and this is a favorite feature to me. I also think an aft cabin with a door on a 36 is silly.

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she's a 1967 Cal 30, original A4, runs great


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1963 Spencer 35. In the process of a COMPLETE overhaul with the intention of returning her to awe-inspiring condition by her 50th birthday :-) .

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My Catalina 27 is 38 years young. Built in 1973, she still sails well and wins races. Original Atomic 4, too. I'm 26. It shows what pride in ownership can do for a vessel.
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