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Date Posted: - Saturday - 12/ 1/07 - 3:14pm
Author: John M.
Subject: great little boats
In reply to: Jared 's message, "M31 in heavy weather?" on - Friday - 11/16/07 - 3:56pm

I am about to sell my M31 I have had for 16 years. I would like to see it go to a good home. I am in Morro Bay, a short hop down from you. I have never had it out in real heavy weather, but have made the trip to the Channel Islands about ten times around Point Conception. It has always handled beautifully in often times nasty conditions. I put a lot of work into her this last summer not intending to sell but sail! If you want to look at her let me know.

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