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Old 14-02-2012, 13:06   #16
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Re: Please Tell Me these Boats Aren't Worth the Bother . . .

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@ Zeehag.. What is the difference between the Formosa Sea Tiger and the Yankee Clipper? Thanks
only difference is in topsides-- they are both similar inside and coachhouse roof design is only observable difference, as far as i have seen. mine is a plain wrap yankee clipper formosa, bottom of line boat....sea tiger is a double raised cabin house and more wood carvings inside.....
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Re: Please Tell Me these Boats Aren't Worth the Bother . . .

I was on a Sea Tiger once that I really like the layout on. As I remember it had a head that was accessed by a door in the main salon...?
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Old 14-02-2012, 13:23   #18
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all the ct/formosa/sea wolf boats with aft cockpit have that feature-- access to head from main saloon and from master cabin....
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Re: Please Tell Me these Boats Aren't Worth the Bother . . .

They are on our short list to inspect. We are in the looking stage ready to buy but have not found her yet ! Im 73 and feel with proper sail handeling gear almost any 40 to 50 ft boat should be able to be handled by any couple in normal health ! At least I think so LOL anyway if we see well maintained Formosa with the right stuff aboard we would jump on it !! Just My 2 cents Bob and Connie
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Old 14-02-2012, 13:33   #20
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formosas are not difficult to single sail..... even for old fogies with weak limbs..LOL
(look at me--an old female with weak hands..)
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