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I am doing my research round on a classic for the family (4) that on occasion can also be delivered across oceans by a smaller crew. Key points: Budget: <40k€ incl refit. Buying in Europe, Use: 5-6 people for daysailing, crew of 2-3 for long passages (e.g. Atlantic circle) Dimensions: the beam should be <9.8'/3m, weight <5t to maintain some sort of land-transportability. Draft <5.5' So far I considered: Albin Ballad (a little small but sturdy boat), Halberg Rassy 31, Artekno H-35 (bit too long considering its berth capacity), Westerly Longbow 31 (heavy - I don't know, how much a transport guy would ask for 5.5t) Any other suggestions? The Ballad I researched the most seems really cheap but space is quite limited inside...