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Boat Reviews By Owners

1983 -- 38' 9" IRWIN

Model: Center Cockpit

Cockpit: Sleep on either side, can see everthing, Florida Sun Room on a clod day.

Cabin: Two private state rooms with heads. Queen size beds. Double seetee and full galley with large folde out table for six.

Construction: In 1983 Irwin was not rated that well---but compared to todays paper thin production boats the Irwin is build thick as brick!

Handling: Good gentleman's sail boat --reaches like hell--goes the other ways ok. I'd take her any where up and down the coast. I dont think she is an open ocean blue water sailor however. Might try Burmuda with a gaurenteed WX forcast.

Engine Room: Perkind 4-108 Powers her just great.

General Comments: Much mis-understood live aboard crusing boat. The Irwin line is very underrated. She's worth her weight in gold!

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Date Submitted: 2001-06-21

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