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Old 03-28-2007
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I'm sorry... he said the glass is better??? Oh that is right, I forgot. Jeauneau uses that new French Fibergalss designed by their space program - which was how they put all those people on the moon. I forget these things sometimes.

You need to go look at all the boats and sit on them and find the one that feels comfortable. Then you need to start looking through it and figure out how all the comforts of home (that you want) are going to fit. Rememeber that with any salesman, if his mouth is moving, he is lying.

I do not work for Catalina, only do a tech write-up for them.

Here, read this thread. It was written by a master (smile). Use it as a baseline for looking for a boat and buying one. http://www.sailnet.com/forums/buying...sing-boat.html
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Last edited by Cruisingdad; 03-28-2007 at 03:58 PM.
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