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post #11 of Old 07-28-2010
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I'm going to sort of agree with Dylanwinter1 because it's what I did, though lessons are a really terrific way to avoid the incredibly stupid things you can do on any boat. Bigger doesn't mean too expensive. There are an awful lot of great boats out there for bargain prices. Mine was in better shape than the day it was made, more gear, plus trailer for $6K. Walk around the marinas and haunt the web. Get a survey when you finally find the boat of your dreams.
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