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I totally agree. No one buys a boat for rational economic reasons.

1. The school has no boat, been sold.
2. The wife wants a boat.
“Rational” is relative, if the wife wants a boat. Besides, there is always rationalization to help you come up with a reason. For example, “You can’t take it with you” is one way to dispose of the economic issue. If that fails, you can fall back on “The wife wants a boat.”
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I totally agree. No one buys a boat for rational economic reasons.

1. The school has no boat, been sold.
2. The wife wants a boat.

Well heck, then open up the Kitty and look for a 90's boat ;-)

https://www.yachtworld.com/boats/199...owse%20listing

The 362 Sabre has a full shower, that the wife would like! ;-)
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[QUOTE=tempest;2051570182]Well heck, then open up the Kitty and look for a 90's boat ;-) /QUOTE]

Check my new post on a C&C 91

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David, curious what you ended up with?

The reason I ask is because I ended up buying the Sabre 36 in Old Lyme. We had a Sabre 32 prior, so I guess I’m a bit of a Sabre fan. So far the 36 has been awesome. Delivery from Old Lyme to Falmouth she sailed marvelously well!
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Congrats on your "new" boat! It should be good for a lot more sailing; Sabres are generally well put-together.
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David, curious what you ended up with?

The reason I ask is because I ended up buying the Sabre 36 in Old Lyme. We had a Sabre 32 prior, so I guess I’m a bit of a Sabre fan. So far the 36 has been awesome. Delivery from Old Lyme to Falmouth she sailed marvelously well!
I have spoken to David IRL after his last post in this thread. Life and its complications have reared their ugly heads; I do not believe that he has bought a boat.


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Re: 36' Sabre CB

We've been giving you lots of our opinions on different boats over the last couple of years. I would like to see you follow up with us, by posting to these threads, what you think of these vessels after you see them. Bonus points for pictures.
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