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Re: Practicality of trailersailing SJ23 vs SJ21




Walter, I have a 21.  You are right about the ease of launching and
retrieving.  It is a snap.  As for headroom, the Mark II, which has the flat
deck, has plenty of sitting headroom.  I'm 6'1" and can sit comfortably.
David Hyman Tulsa OK
----- Original Message -----
From: <sad2390@xxxxxxxx>
To: <sanjuan23@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, May 18, 2001 4:38 PM
Subject: Practicality of trailersailing SJ23 vs SJ21


> All opinions are welcome.  In my search for the perfect trailerable, the
San
> Juan boats seem to give the most for the money.  My dilemma, if you will,
is
> which boat is realistically trailerable.  Most 23 owners seem to keep
their boat
> in the water for the season, or are there trailer sailors among you?  The
21
> looks like a real snap to launch/retrieve, however, the cabin looks as
though
> there is no sitting headroom, anyone with experience on this?  Thanks,
Walter
>
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