I own a Bayfield 29 Cutter
rig. Amazing heavy water
boat, doesn't point very well, looks awesome and is quite roomy.
There is a wealth of information on your Bayfield 32 on the Bayfield owners group over on Yahoo....in fact, lots of info on all the Bayfields, with all kinds of tech tips, pictures, etc.
Not taking anything away from this group...but there aren't a lot of Bayfield owners here. Anything Bayfield specific, I go to that site, anything sailing or entertainment specific, I lurk here
Yahoo - Bayfield Yacht Owners Group....good folks there as well!
BTW, we sailed our boat down from Blind River on Lake Huron this year....crossing over from Meldrum Bay on Manitoulin Island to Rogers City MI was a real trip...we had to motor
, was way too gusty...at least 6 to 8 footers, a lot of them breaking.....slowing us by 2.5 knots at times, and the Bayfield just kept cruising along.....crossing Saginaw Bay was not much better, and this full keeled 29 footer was having a great time....these boats will take some heavy water
and look for more of it! Great boats....and lots of brightwork up top to keep you busy.
We will be sailing Lake Erie next year, Leamington has a great marina, Lake St. Clair was just a wee bit too small and shallow for us to stay there.