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post #11 of Old 08-18-2012
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Re: Trailering a Pacific Seacraft 34

Go for it...





Just don't tip it over on the highway...and watch out for falling asteroids and space junk...

Haveing the boat at home to work on (especially if you have indoor work space) is just the ticket to getting all the "off season" work projects done...so you can actually "enjoy" the sailing season rather than a trip to the marina to work on the boat...

Permits and insurance is relatively cheap and easy to obtain...the hardware might cost a bit unless you are DIY capeable and have skills (bartering, favors, etc...)

I'm rolling for under half a G...Pretty..? No...But so what... My boat is safe at home in the barn all winter where I can work on it...and when the boats in the water...no one can see the trailer...

"Might as well take 'er out...If anything is gonna happen...It's gonna happen out there..."
"Captin Ron"
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