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Boat Reviews By Owners

1987 -- 36' 0" NOVA

Model: Heritage East

Cockpit: Doesn't have a cockpit but you can fish from sundeck.

Cabin: Cabin has two staterooms, great for sleeping overnight, liveaboards and cruising. Galley and kitchenette along with salon are very spacious for her size.

Construction: Well built, hull is thick and will last forever, like all good old boats.

Handling: Handles well, zigzags a little because of cruising speed, trawler-like 6-8 knots. It is seaworthy, used in Atlantic Ocean, don't know about Pacific Ocean.

Engine Room: Twin Ford Lehman's 135's, great size engines and low fuel consumption, larger engines would not increase speed because of displacement, but would increase diesel consumption.

General Comments: Spanish Waters is used for intracoastal waterway trips, Bahamas, Keys trips and picnics with family and friends. She is the perfect boat for liveaboards or for the great loop. Call Giuliana Hirshson if you would have any questions.

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Date Submitted: 2010-05-25

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