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post #2 of Old 07-09-2006
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I currently have a mono hull but would love to be able to afford a cruising cat. For liveaboards they have far more room the amenties are second to non, you can see the scenery from the main salon and you never sail on the walls.They sail well without a deep draft which is a real benefit in Florida and the Bahamas. If money is not a concern take a look at a PDQ Antares 44 , a Lagoon 44 which has a fly bridge (although the mast height will not let you use the ICW) or a Manta 42. Any of these and I'd love to be one of your new best friends
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