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  1. Pearson Ariel / Commander

    If the Cape Dory 25 is listed, the Pearson Ariel surely must. Below the water line they are almost identical, the main difference being the cabin top shape as well as the interior cabin layout. Solid, Sturdy, little boats. One of Albergs Best.

    72 votes
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    • Caliber 40LRC

      Well built solid hull with a good turn of speed. Tankage range approximately 1400nm. Interior with forward Pullman berth, head in forepeak and second head at companionway steps. Can point as high as 35 degrees apparent with the proper sails and trim. Collision bulkhead in bow and reinforced leading edge of keel. Skeg hung rudder with water dam around rudder stuffing box.

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      • Rawson 30

        The Rawson 30 is a proven bluewater cruiser that has many circumnavigations. Most owners have the Rawson 30 sailboat, sloop or cutter rigged, some with pilot houses. The Rawson 30 sailboat was designed by William Garden and built by Ron Rawson in Washington State and Canada, there were 252 sloops and 36 pilot house models built between 1959 and 1985. The Rawson 30 fiberglass sailboat is known for its strength, and many have been circumnavigating in this boat for decades.

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