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NameJohn walsh
DateMay 16, 2017
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MessageHello!!! Enjoyed reading your site very much! I know it's 2017 now, I wanted to ask how the lancer is holding up? My uncle worked for them years ago and said they were good boats, he owned a Pearson before moving west. How's the boat holding up? Hull to deck joint, toe rail looks to be screwed to hull and deck?? Leaks, strength?? Good or bad? Thank you sooo much for your time. John


Namemichael barnes
DateMar 07, 2017
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MessageAhoy!.....
(Love that nautical talk!). How you two hangin'? It's been a while. Web surfing at work today-and I thought I would check in. Still living in Houston, waiting for the Cardinals opening day in St. Louis. Baseball is life these days. My knees don't let me chase the tennis ball too much lately. Other than that, no major defects in life. Curious about how often you get back to Springfield. I haven't been in about four years...maybe this summer again. If you ever drop anchor near Galveston, call me: I'll come buy you a good Mexican dinner. (713) 306-5223. Really...after 30 years, I know all the best spots. O.K...STAY WELL.
MIKE BARNES
SOUTHEAST CLASS OF '72


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Namestewart and alice king
DateJan 22, 2016
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MessageHi: read with much interest as we are looking at a Lancer 40, and a 44. The major question at the beginning of our quest WAS the integrity of the boats, which have been put to rest as we dug into the history of Lancer and Lee. Thank you for your endeavors and suggestions. Oriental, NC ________________________ Reply to Stewart and Alice King: Thank you for stopping by with your wonderful comments. Much appreciated. Fair winds to you both! Hugs, Charmaine


Namebob
DateApr 28, 2015
Messagedoesn't look like u can play golf, and u better find some 7up for me.... lol ______________ Reply to Bob: Silly Wabbit! LOL Such is how landlubbers greet sailors! Hahahahaaa Love ya anyway! Hugs, Charmaine


NameJohn Mitchell
DateOct 18, 2014
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MessageI owned a 1982 Lancer 36 in San Diego from 1991 to 1996 living aboard. It had the fractional rig and the original owner had opted for all the upgrades and it really did perform well. I thought it out-performed most sailboats in its class, and especially in light wind which was often the conditions in San Diego. I single-handed it quite often and enjoyed entertaining on it. The open V-berth made it quite livable and was one of the features that really hooked me. My wife and I married in 1994 and lived aboard together while she finished college at UCSD. I sold it to put a down payment on a house in 1996, but that was part of the plan as we had our first child in 1997. It held its value quite well compared to my purchase price even though at the time it was a somewhat under-appreciated brand and design. I will always fondly remember my time aboard her. I am not averse to retiring on a boat with a layout such as that. The time quickly draws near. I am not so sure about my wife, though, who is strictly a bay and harbor sailor, and turns green upon the slightest swell; hence all my single-hand experience! More than once while she visited family on weekends she had to wait at the marina for her husband to come back with the "house."


NameDave & Frannie
DateAug 14, 2014
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MessageGreat web site Must have taken hours on end to complete. We have a 36 Lancer and wondered 2 things: 1. What company made the original port windows? Need new rubber gaskets. 2. Where is the locaton of the water heater?

Thx.

Dave ____________ Reply to Dave & Frannie: Not all Lancer 36's are identical, nor were all built by Farr & Lee. Also, often times original placements are altered (for example, on s/v September Sea, the water heater was moved from aft of the engine over into the port side of the aft lazarette). We did that to accommodate the addition of a 4.5 kw inboard generator in its place. Perfect fit there and worked like a charm. The windows are Beckson's. Parts and replacements are readily available to this day. Fair winds! Charmaine


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