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Re: Production Boats and the Limits

And the "Non-Bluewater-Production-Boat" list (as revised by GreatWhite):

1. Lake/Bay Boats (stay within the sight of land, seriously)
-Macgregor
-Lancer
-Yorktown
-Bayliner Bucaneer (although you can score a lot of babes with that boat...obviously...see attached):
-Chrysler

2. Coastal Boats (that can still go anywhere on earth if you're careful and good)
-Catalina
-Hunter
-Beneteau
-Jenneau
-Irwin
-Endeavour
-Gulfstar
-O'day
-Cal
-J-Boats

3. Premium Coastal/Light Blue Water Capable (arguably perfectly suited for blue water passages, but considered by some as "too light")
-Caliber
-Ericson
-C&C
-Tartan
-Dehler
-Morgan
-Cheoy Lee
-Pearson

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For this discussion, pretty much everything else is considered blue-water capable by most.

Feel free to froth at the mouth and disagree. That's always fun to watch.
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