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Old 25-12-2009, 09:02   #1
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Coronado 30'

I am considering buying a 1973 model with tiller steering and Atomic 30 gas inboard (which the owner says was " rebuilt " 5 years ago). The boat appears to be in good condition and to be well maintained and equipped, and is currently being used for day charters.

I have a '68 25' Coronado which I really like and is built like a tank. I can singlehand her comfortably in heavy air in SF Bay.

Does anyone have any experience with the '73 30' model? How do they sail? Is the build quality comparable to my '68? I intend to sail the boat in NorCal and eventually to Cabo.

Thanks for your help.
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