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View Poll Results: What is the age of your boat?
1-5 years 45 4.00%
6-10 years 35 3.11%
11-15 years 41 3.64%
16-20 years 77 6.84%
More than 20 years 762 67.73%
More than 30 years 162 14.40%
Too old to tell.... 3 0.27%
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SoulMates is 2001 Jeanneau DS 40 that was launched in 2003
she is being prepared for some extensive cruising starting in may of 2008 - like 25 days
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They don't build them like they used to....

1975 Formosa 41. Built back when fiberglass was cheap! I have enough glass on board to make a dozen benacatohunters. Of course I could use an extra acre or two of sail area......

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My Storebro Royal 33' was built in 1981...40th of 61 and when you abrade the shade of time on something sheer quality surfaces...can't even compare to a five years budget build!
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My CS 36 was built in 1983, fresh water first 10 years and still in beautiful condition
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11 years old and many more years to go.
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(1) 1977 Tartan 37
(1) 1984 Islands 15' sailboat
(1) 2004 Cape Horn 17' center console
(1) 2006 home-made, stitch & glue Dudley Dix dinghy 8'
(1) 1988 Old Town canoe 16'
(2) 2002 Perception Carolina ocean kayaks 14'
(1) 1984 Perception Mirage river kayak 12'
(1) 1985 Inflatable dink 8'

I think that's it. My wife gives me a hard time about the "fleet"

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!968 Morgan 41 ketch/cutter, 4'3" board up, 9' board down, full keel, 19500 lbs. dry weight, 9500 lbs. ballast, 1.69 capsize ratio, PHRF 145

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Only ketch I know of in this model

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1980 Hobie 18 (Yep its a Beachcat but its still a sailboat)

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1982 Morgan 321: The perfect boat or me.
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