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When we decided to move up from the Venture 2-22 I did a lot of research for two years. The Catalina offered the biggest cabin size, best owners association and the best company support for out-of-production boats. We also joined an all-Catalina club and find it well worth it in tips from others who have owned the same boat and to scope out our next boat.

She ain't the fastest boat on the Bay, but she's comfortable and gets us back safely.

I think my dream retirement would be to not sell everything and sail the world (I love the property we live on now), but to own a nice piece of wooded waterfront property with no house but just a dock with water and electrical hook up and keep our boat tied there. When we feel a bit of wanderlust beyond the Bay or the Islands, there's always charters.

Donna


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