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Re: Pearson Triton Vs. Alberg 30
Man, I just can't understand why anyone would take on a project like this indiegogo guy. That boat is dead and gone. Why put that many hours into a project to revive a boat that can be bought in good shape for peanuts? Oh well, everyone has their own cross to bear.
I think the principle "quality" of the Alberg 30 and Triton 28 is the price. If you can manage to live on a such a small boat, both offer a very inexpensive and simple platform for cruising. If the budget is a bit bigger, I think there are many better options in the 30-36 foot range that are more suited to cruising.