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The Wauquiez Centurion 32 is a fabulous boat. I found one in San Francisco, and sailed her down the coast to San Diego. Alouette is hull #122, built in 1972, and is extremely seaworthy. We experienced 25-35mph winds and 10-15 foot swells. Alouette handled the trip like a champ. The craftsmanship of the interior is wonderful, and it's a very solid boat. I was unfamiliar with the brand and the boat, but after this trip, I think my boat could handle anything. If you can find one, buy it!
 

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centurian 32

i have owned a 73 centurian 32 for 5 years, she has had new rigging ,winches, and a new engine this year, the interiour is original and in excellent condition, she is a solid boat , and yes she likes wind, lots of it, and is very fast in the right conditions, when other boats are giving up, she sails on the west coast of scotland, may till nov, she will still be arround when modern yachts are crazed piles of grp, only drawback is the interiour lining which makes re wireing difficult, but if you want a yacht to go anywhere this is a good one.
 
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