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Old 11-26-2009, 06:30 AM   #1
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Hi Everybody,

I know everyone has their own personal favorites so I'm trying to get a general feel for the more heavily populated Yacht listing internet sites.

We have just started to look intot he US market for a 45-50' steel ketch with a shoal draft - pref swingning keel.

I'm suprised at how few there have been (well how few I have been able to find anyway).

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Thanks in advance,

Ren
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Old 11-26-2009, 08:37 AM   #2
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The Nederlands and Australia are the best countries to look at when searching for a steel boat.

Where are you located? Is there a specific place where you would like to buy the boat and where do you intend taking it?

The designers that come to mind are :-

Joe Adams

Bruce Roberts-Goodson

Van de Stadt

Ganley

Tom Colvin

Ted Brewer

Dudley Dix

I know of a couple of excellent Steel boats that may shortly come up for sail.

Richard

P.S. Try Yachtworld USA or Yachtworld Australia - they will have a good coverage.

Also Apollo Duck HERE
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Barens - A South African (Dutch ex-pat) designer/builder. Search for "Barens Seatrader".
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...another Naval Architect *worth mentioning is Dick Koopmans (jr), (more info *here) from the NED!

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For Australian and New Zealand yachts - check out www.yachthub.com - the biggest site down this wy - all the brokers and private listings can be found there.

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