Thanks for the info.
I have only been reading this board for a couple day, but I am well aware of your fondness for the Colgate 26
If I buy a boat that is trailerable, my intent would be to leave it in the water during season, and pull it out only at end of season. I don''t mind renting a slip for the season but I don''t want to pay
off-season storage fees. I also like the idea of being able to work on it in my back yard when necessary.
Here''s another question. What is the max "managable" size for a boat the would be infrequently trailered?