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View Poll Results: What is the age of your boat?
1-5 years 45 3.99%
6-10 years 35 3.10%
11-15 years 41 3.63%
16-20 years 77 6.83%
More than 20 years 762 67.55%
More than 30 years 165 14.63%
Too old to tell.... 3 0.27%
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Dang! I geuss it's pretty bad when the survey stops at 20 years or older, that's only 1987!

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1969 (I think) MacGregor or Venture 24
been in the family for at least 15 of those years
don't know the year on the super snark
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Both boats are over 30 yrs old. The little 1976 Venture 21 and Oh Joy is 47 yrs old, built in 1961.
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30 yrs and getting younger every weekend
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20 years, 1988 Brewer. Three months into major refit, splash date better be soon or I might be singlehanding.

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My venture 25 is a 1980
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the first venture was 1973
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