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Old 16-05-2015, 05:20   #61
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Re: Single Hand? Is it possible?

Originally Posted by Sailsarefull View Post
Wow, thank you. That is what I am looking for. Have looked at several 35/36 Cheoy Lees that I really like. Also, like the Calibers. But, will consider those you mentioned. I am ok with a fin keel if the rudder is attached to a separate fin, top/bottom. Still considering all issues. I am hoping to keep purchase below $50,000.
Just remember the purchase price is only step 1 of owning a boat ready to do what you want it to... Have you budgeted seperately for any mods, rigging, new gear etc?.

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