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Old 07-18-2019, 12:10 PM
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Default 2005 Melges 32

Figured give it a try here although this is mainly a powerboat forum.

2005 Melges 32, USA 123. Dry sailed with 17 sails. Comes on a trailer. Located in Tampa, FL. Asking $50,000.

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Very cool. Post more pics..
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Have any performance numbers...
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What a fun boat.
Out of curiosity what is its PHRF rating?
Is it a longer faster Melges 24 with a bigger deliverable on fun and pucker factor?
Good luck with the sale
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Originally Posted by caracal25 View Post
Have any performance numbers...
my top speed so far is 17.2 knots.
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Originally Posted by maitman99 View Post
What a fun boat.
Out of curiosity what is its PHRF rating?
Is it a longer faster Melges 24 with a bigger deliverable on fun and pucker factor?
Good luck with the sale
phrf windward leeward is 24, rlc is 12, ow is 6.

it is longer and much much faster than a melges 24. The sail to weight ratio is ridiculous. You're fully powered up and putting in backstay to depower in 8 knots of breeze even with 8 people weighing 1400 pounds for ballast hiking hard.
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Originally Posted by Prospective View Post
Very cool. Post more pics..


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Start watching at the 20 minute mark as we are passing a 40 footer.
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What does it draw ?
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Originally Posted by Donnybrook View Post
What does it draw ?
7 feet.

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