Fancy Free is a '87 Laguna 26.Only 25'9" but lots of room and 6'2" headroom. We have it at home on the trailer refitting it for some coastal cruising and maybe a trip across the gulf stream. We stay on our tiny Laguna 22 at least 3 nights a week. It is in a slip on Lake Texoma where we work.
Currently sailing on Lake Perris in Riverside California. In between changing everything to 1994 MacGregor and sell the 1983 Neptune. Neptune is a deep fin keel and MacGregor is a shoal draft. Can't believe the difference in stability between the two. I'm able to walk the deck of the Neptune with no rocking. The MacGregor is a different story. Is new better?
Noordsvaarder 92 select. Steel, built in Holland in 79. Don't know much about her but I love her and hope she does me. Cosy inside. Finishing off an unfinished project in about a year or two then the world is my oyster!
Seraph is a 1984 Carl Alberg designed Cape Dory 25D. I also own a gooseneck trailer which I'll be using upon retirement to take her to various locations on the US coast and to escape oncoming hurricanes. I currently sail 200 miles inland on Lake Travis, Austin, Tx. CDSOA, Inc. -- CD25D
Patience IV is a 34 ft 'North Sea' sloop built 1984 in a yard in Vancouver BC. It is my understanding that the builder took his lines and designs from the Colvic Victor. As this is my first sailboat I don't have a whole lot to compare her with but she moves along quite well and has pots of room for 3. I do have to admit it is taking a wee while to get used to the fin keel though: The manuverabilty astounds me!
Relax Lah! is a Maxi 77 (7.7 meters) designed by Pelle Petterson and built primarily in Scandinavia. I understand some hulls were built in Singapore and that might be the story on our boat. We have owned her since April 26, 2007.
She has 40 liters of fresh water, a 10 hp Volvo-Penta with folding prop and 25 liters of fuel.