Why do we like double enders? - Page 3
I admit it. I love double enders. Whether we're talking about small boats like canoes or fourareens or bigger boats like canoe yawls, sixareens, or Tancook whalers, I practically always prefer a pointy stern. I understand the hydrodynamic advantages of a transom, and I don't hate them. I just love double enders. For me I think it an aesthetic thing. They just have "The Look." It fits with the type of boat I prefer: long, slender, and graceful; easily moved hulls that don't need to stand up…
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I've always said that my favorite boat is whichever one I currently own. Being able to call it "mine" makes it my favorite by default. My first boat was a $400 derelict that I loved (still love) deeply. And she loved me back. However, that doesn't mean there aren't other boats I love that I'd like to call "mine" someday. The following is my personal ranking of my favorite affordable (available for ~$50k) sailboats. I've rather arbitrarily set the price limit around $50k and called it…