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View Poll Results: What is the age of your boat?
1-5 years 46 4.03%
6-10 years 35 3.07%
11-15 years 41 3.59%
16-20 years 77 6.75%
More than 20 years 765 67.05%
More than 30 years 173 15.16%
Too old to tell.... 4 0.35%
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1984 Catalina 30 (30 ft)
1993 Hobie Wave (14 ft)
1997 IRS Inflatable dinghy (10 ft)
2007 Inflatable kayak (12 ft)
2007 Inflatable kayak (12 ft)
Looking for another Laser.. Would fit nicely on the trailer between the hulls on the Wave...

So, for me, 58 feet of boat!

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1979 Pearson 10M, one of the last....

Hull #228.

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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
The Cal 30 was a 1965
the first venture was 1973
the Sunfish was 1970

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