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  1. #41
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    Default Re: Another what boat thread...

    Quote Originally Posted by Praxinoscope View Post
    If God had intended us to sail multihulls he would have given us multi- trunk trees. (Banyan tree excepted)
    O.o;;;; wha? So anything bigger than a canoe needs burning? (Your comment made me chuckle!).
    Disclaimer: I am not an experienced sailor nor do I own a boat.

  2. #42
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    Default Re: Another what boat thread...

    Quote Originally Posted by Bajansailor View Post
    The Seadog 30 has a long keel plus bilge keels - I think you could also get one with a deeper central keel, and no bilge keels, called a Deep Seadog.
    http://www.yachtsnet.co.uk/archives/.../seadog-30.htm

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    Hi Steve,
    Yes Bajansailor is correct, the Seadog does have two versions. The "bilge" type has a long centre keel with hollow bilge keels (that act as water tanks) and a "deep" type that has a slightly deeper centre keel only.

    Have a look at the article in the current issue of Yatching Monthly for a multipage article about a Deep dog that lost its prop and still managed to sail home down the west coast of Scotland.

    IMHO the Seadog is a great cruiser but will never be a racer. Swimbo and I have spent up to 3 months onboard and several have sailed round the world. A great boat for civilised sailing for a couple but a bit pushed for four adults. The ketch rig means that mizen and main only gets you through most conditions and the 40 horse donk will always get you home.

    PM me if you want more info.

    Regards - a biased owner.

  3. #43
    Join Date
    Dec 2002
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    France
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    Default Re: Another what boat thread...

    A lifting keel Feeling 920.

  4. #44
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    Default Re: Another what boat thread...

    Vancouver 27 with legs but you would be more than lucky to get one within your budget.

  5. #45
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    Jul 2004
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    Sussex-Hampshire coast
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    Default Re: Another what boat thread...

    Seawolf 30 or a Seawolf 26.

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