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View Poll Results: What is the age of your boat?
1-5 years 46 4.07%
6-10 years 35 3.10%
11-15 years 41 3.63%
16-20 years 77 6.81%
More than 20 years 762 67.43%
More than 30 years 166 14.69%
Too old to tell.... 3 0.27%
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KAHOLEE is a 1960 Pearson Triton, hull #158. She is 48 as of this writing and it was love at first sight.

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Sold my 2000 34', currently sail a 1986 17' (and a 1964 17' before her) and am presently looking at a 1960 28'.

Like Merlin I am moving backwards in time. ;-)

Say Kaholee - the 1960 I'm considering is a Triton yawl! Small world.

PS - several members of the Wooden Boat forum conside the Triton "an Honorary Wooden Boat". I like that.
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My own little navy fleet, all sail:
1976 El Toro (8 feet)
1978 El Toro (8 feet)
1997 Europe Dinghy (11 feet)
1993 Byte (12 feet)
1980 Laser (14 feet)
1982 Laser (14 feet)
1987 Laser II (14.5 feet)
2001 29er (14.5 feet)
1978 Fireball (16 feet)
1978 Cal 34 MkIII (34 feet)

3 kids, 15 years of Junior Programs (volunteer/instructor/director/parent), an inability to jettison boats, 148 feet of sailboat(s)

the kayak, canoe and windsurfers would run me >200 feet total

I haven't put it all together like this for awhile...I think I may need help
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I've got a 1980 Petit Prince ketch

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Hughes 31'8
1981

I know they have a bad rap but Rafiki is an amazing boat. She's perfect and original condition! Even has original upholstery.

(besides the rotten OMC saildrive that you have to perform a ritual- boil an eye of newt and sacrifice a chicken- every time you start her up...but then she runs beautifully)

Bought her last year...first boat.

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Launched in 1998, and I purchased her in 2002
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