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Boat Reviews By Owners

80 -- 38' 0" BLUEWATER

Model: Ingred

Cockpit: seats four people easily, good scupper drain. Good backrest.

Cabin: We liveaboard and love the six foot six headroom. She will sleep six or seven. There is a walk-in shower in the head with plenty of locker space.

Construction: Heavy fiberglass construction for the hull with a wood house. The interior is demensional teak. There is a real engine room with the refrigeration and hot water heater and still room to climb in and woor on the motor or adjust the packing gland.

Handling: This is a full keel Atkins design with a hull speed of six knots. Mine is the only Ingred I have seen that is cutter/sloop rigged, most are ketch rigged. I single hand her in the Straits of Juan de Fuca with no problems. She does not back weel tho.

Engine Room: Volvo MD2B, parts are verrrry expensive but she works well. She is salt water cooled.

General Comments: This boat has done the So. Pacific and been in a hurricane. We live aboard and cruise the San Juan and Gulf Islands. It is a very safe boat and a dream to sail.

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Date Submitted: 2001-10-07

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