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Old 16-09-2015, 21:15   #31
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Re: What size boat can I start with & Grow into?

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If that boat goes for 2000 there is a very lucky buyer out there. I'd almost drive back there from Cal to get it for 2000, or double that!
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Helloooo????

My Pearson 30 is pretty much the exact same boat, but 10 years newer, with a volvo diesel, all new standing rigging, chart plotter, autohelm, new sails, etc, etc, all in great condition, super clean, and I can't give it away for $7000US.

http://www.cruisersforum.com/forums/...da-150816.html
No offense, the newer 30 and the Vanguard are quite different and the Vanguard desirable as a cruiser, being 2000lbs. heavier. Areas of the hull are well over an inch thick and a full keel cruising under-body with keel hung rudder.
I've sailed on these and they feel like a locomotive on the water.
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Old 21-09-2015, 14:59   #32
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Re: What size boat can I start with & Grow into?

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This is a great boat to sail. I have enjoied it. Time for me to buy a bigger boat for me to grow into. Great singlehand sailboat that loves ocean and river
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