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hey just saw this! jajaja what info do you need again?
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There are a few folks with them or had them here on the forum. Nice boat for what they are, nice simple cruiser. I believe they are known to be sea kindly and are sure beautiful. Be careful they are easy to fall into love with, and that can really cloud your judgement!
wise wise wordsYea, it is very dangerous to fall in love with a boat before you buy it. Makes you do anything to get it! and will let you minimize any issues it has, but as I said they are really beautiful, seems you should get one again now that you are in the states.
your right the newel cadet just came to my mind...A small correction to Christian's post. Cheoy Lee built Four different versions of the H-28. They originally built a fairly authentic original style wooden version. They then built a wooden adaptation with a doghouse and a higher freeboard called a Bermuda 30. It was replaced with a glass version with the same name but a lot more weight and less ballast and less sail area. It was replaced by the Offshore 31 which was a stretched version with an inboard rudder. That version also had masthead sloop version.
But the 27 foot Cheoy Lee Newel Cadet is a very different boat.
I tend to not be able to do thatThanks very much. This was an excellent reply to my question. Take the rest of the day off!