Andrew’s 28 does it all.
Probably 70 or more depending on the state and what vehicle is towing the trailer its mounted onYeah? Will it do 40mph?
Plus mine always made me look like a better sailor than I was! Great all round boat with lots of strengths and no real weaknessesS2 9.1 It's relatively fast, plenty of headroom and comfortable
In your other thread you received a lot of (I thought) good recommendations.I wonder- what are the pest variants at the moment for racing\cruising occasionally, new or used.
Easy at planing
enclosed toilet with shower
wheel not required
also price is important, i found it quite not smart paying 400k(price of 4 apartments in russia) for sf3300
maybe water ballast? or an option to modify it in(had anybody do that?)
i dont mind gutting and replacing most of insides to FG\carbon sandwich or something like that it for saving weight, if hull shape is right- it worth it i believe(also im curious how many ppl do that and how much weight did they managed to save?)
Agreed, with a modification; a foot for every year of your age, plus 10.no shorter in feet than you are years old .Smallest boat for somewhat comfy racing-cruising
Yes except there aren't very many of them...three I think...
Or if "comfy cruising" includes boat camping consider a multihull like an F-24, Sprint/Dash 750 etc.
- comfy cruising
Pick any two
it's a huge pity that boat hit the market just as the big financial crash happened killing its sales.Yes except there aren't very many of them...three I think...
Only if one's home is one of those frugal dwellings which lacks its own ballroom.28' - 30' for "somewhat comfortable".
When you get to 38' you are into "all the comforts of home" territory.
most of you forgot the fact that im russian and im not spoiled those comforts you have at your place =)Only if one's home is one of those frugal dwellings which lacks its own ballroom.