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I live in South Texas, on a River called the San Bernard, Its a short river with access to the ICW. I have been working with or on boats and medium size Ships most of my life, Starting as a Sea Scout in Port Isabel Tex way back in the 1960s. I could fill a book with my experiences, but thankfully I wont, Just call me Capn Ron lol Recently Purchased a Starwind 223 in very good condition for a very reasonable price.
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Would like to know the height from the Water line to the Mast head on the 1985 Starwind 223 please
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Hi Ron,

I = 22.5 feet (mast step to forestay attachment). You'll have to measure the forestay attachment to masthead and step to waterline.
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