Which boat??

23/09/2013 01:29:50
HAF
We are in the market for a wooden boat, simple question which one on the current for sale list would you buy?

27/09/2013 04:07:10
MR3708
you have to be quite light to sail Danger Bat, it took Dick a while to get it balanced

08/11/2013 08:31:40
Mark Barnes
First of all, what is your budget and what type of sailing will you be doing. Example De May of ST racing?

08/11/2013 08:31:40
Mark Barnes
Probably 3400 (Winder) or 3508 (Chipstow) if for general racing against Winders etc. Await reply to questions with interest

08/11/2013 08:31:40
Mark Barnes
She was a lovely boat when built but think she may be sold

20/11/2013 10:09:11
Dave C
....and where do live or perhaps more importantly how far are you prepared to travel?

05/12/2013 11:15:04
Measurement Man
Have to agree with Jez here.. 3400, formr championship winning boat, beautifully maintained and capable of great straight line speed. If you are on large water or the sea, and are adamant about wood, it is to be recommended. GGG

07/01/2014 08:59:33
Jez3719
Given the current prices, I would buy a MK1 Winder Tales, but if you really want a wooden one, I would buy Danger Batt (3400) every day of the week.

07/01/2014 08:59:33
Jez3719
Yes the Thin Ice has been sold, however, I would still have been tempted by 3400.

06/03/2014 12:42:53
Justin Case
This Thin Ice design, 3548, was for sale on ebay earlier this year. Not sure about its performance or if the owner sold it.

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