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Old 04-11-2012, 08:41   #1
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Challenger 32

I am thinking of buying a challenger 32. Anybody got any info or advice about these boats.
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Old 20-04-2015, 17:46   #2
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I just purchased a Challenger 41 and have just begun to find the details of this boat. I have always wanted to own a live aboard and a blue water boat. This boat has a large living area and is in good shape. My wife and I are going to have some project work to get this boat livable to our liking. We are going to refinish the inside, while having the engine serviced and some other utilities refurbished.
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Re: Challenger 32

Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, Paul P, and RHasty.
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Re: Challenger 32

challenger 32 sail well, solid and cute lil boats. you will enjoy it.
sailed one down coast of cali from lost angels to san diego mission bay.. was enjoyable
had a palmer gas engine, fairly reliable, and was comfortable enough layuot for a group of 4 crewing it south. is fin/skeg. the 35 was a full keel model.
life is an adventure meant to be LIVED!!!!
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Old 27-08-2015, 10:44   #5
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Re: Challenger 32

I have a 32 I'm fixing up. Very sturdy boat. There isn't a lot of info out there on these and each year there were changes. A lot of the repairs are going to be very similar to any other model. There's a thread called "Challenger 32 ?" that has a lot of good info in it.

If you go up and click on "Community" and then go down and click on "Social Groups" and then search for Challenger, there is a Challenger owners group.
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