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Re: Smallest boat you can live with

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Originally Posted by MikeOReilly View Post
...So I'm curious -- how did you choose your current boat?
Smallest boat with an enclosed head. We do mainly daysailing, and the enclosed head made my wife more comfortable with the idea of going out for the WHOLE day.

No regrets, since the boat is a good size for 2-4 day cruises too (in protected waters). Very easy maintenance, so we can focus on sailing and less on maintaining.

By having a smaller boat, we save enough in slip fees and maintenance to pay for chartering a much larger boat when we want to go out for a whole week. We've done that a couple times.
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Last edited by TakeFive; 05-05-2014 at 12:14 PM.
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