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Old 11-10-2008
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Originally Posted by PierreMundo View Post
The Beneteau is a good choice and seen everywhere here in the Caribbean. So parts are no big deal also. Go for a young one and not to big. Over 40ft everything is big and heavy and much more expensive. Look at stories, reports and reviews of the 393. It has one weel which I prefer over the 2 weels on the 40'.
Good luck.
Dissagree on that one. I have owned 4 boats now, not counting the Tayana, and two wheels is a MUCH better arrangement. It gives you a better cockpit, redundancy, sit from the high side, etc.

Just my opinion - but contrary to yours (and why).

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