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Old 01-08-2008, 11:25 AM   #21
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Thank you everyone for helping.

I am going to try and do some cruising as crew first to get experience. This should help me decide what boat I must get.

Lots of love to all of you.

Lotta from Danmark!
Good Decision Lotta!

Enjoy! Sailing is great, crewing and skippering alike!

Fair winds

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Lotta, what you need is a Biaca 27, it's safe, (no-one talks of this yet with you!), it's roomy, bit slow but beautiful, roomy, stylistic and quite a good price. Get your kroners together and lay them out, it's worth it. It will see you thru the worst storm and give pleasure in hard sailing. It will never turn over and take all the wind it can be given. Don't bob-bob either. I never owned one, but I admire them always when I see them fly by in hard weather, trods alt!

Have a look in the www.scanboats.com, or www.denblaaavis.dk, and read this well, see how far down the list this little boat is in staying power and sturdyness! Do not give too much for one...compare, wait for the right price, don't buy from a bearded old man, buy from an amature who sells quick. Watch out for osmose. Get a good tjekover!

read: http://www.signal.uu.se/Staff/el/pers/boats/csf.html

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Old 01-09-2008, 07:45 AM   #23
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Yes. Thank you.

This looks like a nice boat - and made in Danmark too (like me )

I will try to look at one of these soon. There must be many here on Jylland.

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Great boat, I would assume that the simple reason it has not been mentioned before, is that it is priced a little higher..
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