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Old 13-05-2013, 21:55   #1
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Statistic on hw many people travel around the world with boat btw 36 to 42 ft

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Just want to know how many people have actually travel around the world in 36 to 42 foot boat.

Pls stay brief route n total time used..

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Old 13-05-2013, 22:09   #2
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Re: Statistic on hw many people travel around the world with boat btw 36 to 42 ft

Here's a nice list of Catalina boats that have offshore cruised and circumnavigated.

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Old 13-05-2013, 22:28   #3
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Re: Statistic on hw many people travel around the world with boat btw 36 to 42 ft

The Latitude 38 maintains a list of West Coast sailors who have successfully circumnavigated. I believe they include the info that you're interested in but it's been 5 years since I read it.
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Re: Statistic on hw many people travel around the world with boat btw 36 to 42 ft

Are you asking how many people on this forum have done it? Or are you asking in general how many have? I don't believe there is any one place where you can get the total number who have in the last so-many years.

Also, I don't think the total time used is going to tell you anything meaningful. Some people race around as quickly as they can. Some people set a schedule and stick to it. Some people take their time and may dally for months, or even years, at a time in a favored place before finally moving on and then, eventually, finishing a circumnavigation. So it can range anywhere from less than two months up to several decades.
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Re: Statistic on hw many people travel around the world with boat btw 36 to 42 ft

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Hi all
Just want to know how many people have actually travel around the world in 36 to 42 foot boat.

Pls stay brief route n total time used..

Thanks all
never done it on that size boat

but my first circumnavigation was on a 34'7" cutter,tradewinds,12 years

and the second on a 63" custom alloy cutter........tradewinds,3 years

the third looks like it might be on a 37" catamaran
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Just want to know how many people have actually travel around the world in 36 to 42 foot boat.

Pls stay brief route n total time used..

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Are you asking how many people on this forum have done it? Or are you asking in general how many have? I don't believe there is any one place where you can get the total number who have in the last so-many years.

Also, I don't think the total time used is going to tell you anything meaningful. Some people race around as quickly as they can. Some people set a schedule and stick to it. Some people take their time and may dally for months, or even years, at a time in a favored place before finally moving on and then, eventually, finishing a circumnavigation. So it can range anywhere from less than two months up to several decades.
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