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Old 01-11-2012
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Originally Posted by blt2ski View Post
Seems to me hake, or some such name has a 30 some odd foot boat that is 8.5' wide, so no permits for width or length.
Marty
Hake Seaward Yachts,

Hake Yachts

The 32 ft is 10 ft beam, the 26 is 8ft 4in or so. I've never seen one, just read about them.

I really like being able to trailer my boat and have it in the backyard in the winter.

Realistically, in my life I sail sometimes, but I can go fool with my boat in the backyard anytime I feel like it, even just for a short bit of time.

I do have a large backyard, with the ability to get away from possible falling trees. I tarped over my 24 ft with a clear plastic tarp this winter so it's bright as day under it, makes it nice to work in there.

A cabin top hinged mast tabernacle is the first thing I look for in a boat, it's a necessity for easy stepping.

Last edited by skygazer; 01-11-2012 at 06:31 AM.
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