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My latest sailboat, a Triangle 20 has not seen the water for many years, possibly 30 or more despite that, she still seems in good condition. I can see a scrub brush and bucket in my future for long periods of time, primarily moss that needs to be scraped. She is a significant upgrade from the14 foot pintail we have had the last two years but hits a niche I’ve wanted for some time, a small trailerable cabin boat for weekend and longer exploring. She is reminiscent of a Hurley Felicity I owned in the late 80’s/early 90’s on the BC coast and SE Alaska. She’s a heavy boat but strikes me as stable, safe and seaworthy.
Does anyone have any experience with this particular sailboat model? I’d love to hear from you.
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Nice. The head has a fold down sink? Or maybe sliding? I also saw this which had a copy of a sales brochure.
 

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Yes it does have a sink over the head. I have yet to see how exactly it works. I like the idea of a sink and a head on a boat this size. It’s really a nice compromise between a day sailor and a bigger boat…….
 
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