Originally Posted by PaulinVictoria
1) A long time, because finances don't let me get something bigger.
2) Hopefully at least as long as intend owning her for
Well said, Paul.
I would also add that for the 2 of us, 30' meets our needs. Further, going bigger means more boat systems to learn and more $'s needed for improvements.
Instead of buying a different boat, I can see spending money on additional improvemens that increase our enjoyment. However, I doubt if those improvements will significantly affect the boat's re-sale value.
Port Moody, BC
It's not my fault they named a movie after our boat
To view links or images in signatures your post count must be 10 or greater. You currently have 0 posts.