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Old 20-01-2009, 23:14   #16
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Maybe allied princess but its 36' came as a ketch or cutter rig.
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Old 20-01-2009, 23:18   #17
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I think I posted the previous post in igorance as it seems most two masted yachts are 35' +. That would still be an acceptable range.
What a great looking boat! I noticed that they have a 4 and a half foot draft. Any problems with that?
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Tips the scales price wise too!
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