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Old 08-05-2009
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Originally Posted by LoFi View Post
Ya, I have been reading some studies about children raised on boats with some impressive results for sure. One of my other concerns is the maintenance of the vessel. I have read so many different points of view that my head is spinning. I understand that certain boats can be less resilient the forces of nature, but it would be nice to have a ballpark idea of the boats needs. Is there anything to steer clear of for a new boater? Also any suggestions of a boat which might suit my needs?

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Go to the Boat Buying Forum and start a thread there about what you want. List as many details as possible, including where you live, your personal circumstances, money, the child, etc. You shuold get a lot of repies.

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