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  1. 2015 B&B Yachts Princess 26 with 6’3” standing headroom. A standout in its class with foam core and epoxy fiberglass construction resulting in a very strong and light weight build. This boat is a capable coastal sailer with cruising comfort to stay out for the long haul. The two masts are free standing carbon fiber. The masts are mounted on carbon fiber reinforced tabernacles making raising the lower the masts an easy task for one person. The large sail area provides power to move the boat in light air, and the easy reefing system keeps the boat balanced on her feet when the bree
  2. I just posted a classified add for my Princess 26. Those of you who have followed this forum for a few years may recall this boat is built using foam core with carbon fiber masts, and has standing head room. Details are in the classified add. This boat has been a joy to own and sail. It has served as our gateway from open boats to extended cruising. We are now taking the next step to much larger blue water boat. So, I would love for this boat to find a home with someone who is ready for a great trailerable cruiser. As many here will appreciate Graham designs a wond
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