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Old 05-15-2006
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A lot depends on what you mean by "cruising". Add to that your comfort level with your sailing skills, your ability to fix things on the boat, how the boat is set up, the amount of space you feel is necessary, and where you plan to do your cruising, for starters.

There's no reason you can't go by yourself, as long as that is what suits you. There are many different boats that would work well for a singlehander, if set up properly. But, to answer whether single or with someone, is more a question of what you are looking for in your cruising, and why you want to do it. There really isn't any answer for that except what you give yourself.

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