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Old 28-08-2009, 21:12   #1
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Tradition/Traditional Yachts?

Anyone know of these boats, US I think? Tradition or Traditional 30, LOA 30ft, Beam 2.99m, Draft 1.67m, Displacement 3751kg. All info supplied by broker, ( don't think he's too sure either ) and I can't find any info on the web.
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Traditional 30 - Peter Cole (Sydney) designer. Many of these built by various builders around Australia. Nice boats. Seems to be a few for sale around Australia. Eghttp://web.aanet.com.au/~lamoore/yacht1394.html
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Thanks Portobello, couldn't get onto that website, but found a couple of others. Seems to be big variations in pricing, and yes nice boats! Thanks again.
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I race against these in mixed class often - beat some and struggle against others. I like the relatively large cockpit they have.
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Portobello Well, thanks again. Not into racing myself, but Yeah the cockpit is what finally won me over. Room to lay out, esky, troll line and even the missus. Got an idea of reasonable price now, so will put the offer in this week and see how I go. Appreciate your time.
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