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Old 05-03-2013
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Re: Cruiser

Good posts.

Agreement seems to be we are all qualified as cruisers. Some are live aboard cruisers, some are weekend cruisers, some are summer cruisers, some are global cruisers

Cruising isn't determined by length of trip, size of the boat, destinations, whether you work or not, how long you live on the boat, or how long you are out cruising. The qualifier seems to be the adjective before the cruiser word ( i.e. Caribbean cruiser, weekend cruiser, coastal cruiser, ICW cruiser. live aboard cruiser)

I especially like Paulo's post about cruising on land or sea ( or I guess even air in Minnie's case). Back when I graduated HS I land cruised the United States for 1 year....occasionally jumping on boxcars of trains. A cruise I will never forget.
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