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Re: Is bigger always better? Nordica 20

I had a hunter 23 ..for 11 months.. sold it.. because even though it was a nice boat I knew I wanted 30' or larger. When I did get my O30 it seemed gigantic.. now it seems very small. Spending time on a boat for days (or weeks) is nice on a boat that comes close to having the comforts of a large camper or small apartment I love it. So I does seem like you have "5 foot itis" A boat has to be awful big, like over 40 ft before it becomes too big; and the "Big" more applies to costs rather then handling.
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