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View Poll Results: What is your age?
Less than 30 134 17.31%
31-39 132 17.05%
40-49 180 23.26%
50-59 206 26.61%
60-64 75 9.69%
65 or older 47 6.07%
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I'm surprised at the amount of younger sailors here. 16% under 30!
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LOL I am suprized at how many are my age !
53 and ain't getting any younger .... Sailing will make up for it all tho
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Your still missing all of the 30 yr old folks.....
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37 by time--younger at heart. funny i wonder if the average boat size goes up proportionally with age? ie...typically more age = more $$$
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Sorry, just added the missing section
You should make another correction. Has it is already been said by BenthosCritter, the guys with 30 have no place to vote.

You have a category for the less of 30 years old and one for the ones between 31 to 39. The guys with 30 years old are out .

It should be less than 30 and 30 to 39.

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Or, they could be 30 or younger in that category.

I'm one of them wimmenthings. I'm not supposed to tell my age.
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I guess I do know something about the I-36, since I was responsible for hiring Alan Gurney, directing him to design a 36 foot boat to beat the ears off the Erickson crowd an their 35 footer. I also employed the services of a talented designer to see to the overall design features. Joe Artese was the aforementioned gentelman, who did a magnificent job. The boat wasa resounding success, and I am very proud!
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how about under 16? i'm 15
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I yam 47. I have seven years of dingy experience from ages 9 - 15, and 3 years of small cruiser experience from 44 - 47.

The hiatus was due to discovering "girls" as an alternative to spend money on, rather than boats.

Then the girls got too expensive, and I re-discovered boats.
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A very variable 61, felt like 90 on 4 day rough sail to Isle of Mann last weekend with three sick passengers. the 10 pints of porter and a late start didn,t help
Felt prime yesterday on a fab 8 hour singlehanded cruise to Lambay island for a spot of fishing.
To keep feeling young, keep clear of non sailing friends on a small sailboat in bad weather.
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