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Columbia - Tim Kernan Design from the US, looks fast and fun. Not too expensive either.

Columbia 50 When first launched in 1966, the Columbia 50, by a large margin, was the biggest production cruising boat on the market. With moderate displacement and a very distinctive profile—particularly the long flush deck forward, combined with graceful overhangs and a unique but familiar cabin house—the Bill Tripp design was also available as a kit boat in the early 1970s.

40 Best Sailboats

Looking for a used sailboat? Start with this list for the best sailboats that hold value. All summer readers cast votes for their favorites on CW’s 40 greatest production monohulls of all time list, now you can see how the fleet stacks up.

Columbia 50

Remanufactured Columbia 50 designed by William Tripp, it was named one of the 40 greatest production sailboats of all time by Cruising World magazine.

Beautiful sailing photo of the Columbia 50, a yacht design similar to E.G. van de Stadts' "Glass Slipper." Both yachts were favorites of actor Phil Rosen who appeared in the 20th Century Fox Film, Secret of the Purple Reef.

Beautiful sailing photo of the Columbia a yacht design similar to E." Both yachts were favorites of actor Phil Rosen who appeared in the Century Fox Film, Secret of the Purple Reef.

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Remanufactured Columbia 50 designed by William Tripp, it was named one of the 40 greatest production sailboats of all time by Cruising World magazine.

Columbia 50 For Sale - Columbia Yachts

Remanufactured Columbia 50 designed by William Tripp, it was named one of the 40 greatest production sailboats of all time by Cruising World magazine.

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Columbia At one time the world's largest production GRP sailboat, now a modern classic! With her gorgeous lines, exceptional comfort.

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Columbia 50 For Sale - Columbia Yachts

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Columbia 50 For Sale - Columbia Yachts

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