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Re: Sailing, safety, & size

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Originally Posted by PCP View Post
Off course, but most of all is influenced by the budget available and a small cruiser is certainly better that no cruiser at all

I would say that for sailing a smaller boat offshore one has to be more experienced and more fit than to cruise a modern much bigger boat offshore.

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Paulo
Not a good assumption to make.

Jill and I are both of the social security age. Well, I will admit it, but Jill is my trophy wife at only 25. ;-)

We could, if we decided to, purchase most any of the boats listed. We chose to cruise our Nor'Sea 27 for many factors. Each year since we started living aboard and cruising we talk over weather or not we want a larger boat, it has always been a resounding “NO”!

Photo below is Jill and a friend on another excursion.......

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