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Old 11-10-2009
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Originally Posted by SeaOatMan View Post
Anyone out there living on a 28? I am thinking about buying one and need a little support...... all ideas considered. Thanks SOM
I ived aboard a Catalina 27 for about 2 years and loved it, then again it was just me living aboard. I got remarried and that came with a family, now we are aboard a 42' steel ketch...

as far as the size is concerned, if it is just you, I would say go for it. You will get a good lesson in simplistic living. But yo will also have a great opportunity to take her out and play..

Best of luck in whatever you decide.
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