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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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post #41 of 319 Old 04-03-2008
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1972 Hallberg-Rassy 35. She'll outlive all of us with proper care.
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1984 S2 8.6....... Moon Shine
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1987 Watkins 25' ordered at Atlanta, GA boat show Jan '87, built Jan '87 delivered Mar '87. Also 2004 9.5 Avon RU.
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1995 - Tartan 4600 .....Still like new!

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1972 Aquarius 23. My first sailboat so far.....
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1968 Bristol 27...second oldest on the thread! With a 6hp Johnson from mid-80's!

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2004 8' puffin dinghy
2001 7'6" riot dominatrix
2001 8'1/2" PS hellbender
2000 8'2" necky blunt
1999 8'2" riot glide
1998 8' plywood pram
1995 8' zodiac raft
1988 11'6" new wave screamin' meanie
1982 8'8" new wave jet

10 boats but only 103'1/2" total. Yeah!


who is staring at the sea is already sailing a little
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1987 Pearson 27'. Most folks have trouble believing it is 21 years old. Old enough to send to the liquor store
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1939 started
1951 launched
1962 I bought her
2008 I still have her

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