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The first thing I would determine, in your position, is your cruising grounds, how you'll cruise, and what you expect from cruising. Also, what level of ammenities will be necessary. That will go a long way towards determining the type of vessel, and the necessary budget.

For instance, should you decide to do the Great Loop, a power boat makes more sense, as you'd be primarily motoring anyway. Going offshore, I think a sailboat would be a better choice.

Obviously, there's much more to consider, but, in my opinion, that should be your starting point. Good luck in your efforts.
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