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    Budget 120k to 200k size 40 to 60 foot twin diesel flybridge what would you have ?

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    something with a mast and sails.

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    You might get a sailing cat with twin diesels and a flybridge - not sure that's what the OP had in mind :-p

    I'm a raggie myself but could be tempted by a grand banks - if I had the money to buy and run her!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bosun Higgs View Post
    something with a mast and sails.
    Would love to but ER IN DOORS says no way

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    F43 sealine, but I would say that.

    anything over 45' in the bristol channel is difficult to get into Watchet and other marinas.

    Princess 42
    Fairline 40

    You might just get a fairline 46 for that money.

    Depends on where you want to keep it and how many cabins etc.

    As long as it does not have any rags attached to it you will be fine ;-)
    "Is it me?"

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    There is a very high spec F37 for sale in Portishead.

    Good value at 179 and he might have a deal.

    With twin 300 D4's (rare)

    Already bought his new boat so it's ready to go.
    "Is it me?"

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    Something with quiet, non-smokey, non-smelly exhausts?

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    Quick let me buy it as 179 must be a bargain on the century

    Quote Originally Posted by Who View Post
    There is a very high spec F37 for sale in Portishead.

    Good value at 179 and he might have a deal.

    With twin 300 D4's (rare)

    Already bought his new boat so it's ready to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snooty fox View Post
    Would love to but ER IN DOORS says no way
    Well if you really have no option but a mobo, have a look at a Nelson or one of the similar types. There's something about a Princess that shouts " the only way is Essex". Bit like a blinged up Range Rover.

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    Any of the Channel Island range. Excellent seakeeping and reliable with a good finish.

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