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Old 11-19-2006
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Do you post a thread about every boat you look at??? You've posted on Endeavors, a Pearson 39' CB, a couple of glass-hulled wooden boats, and had a thread asking about production bluew water boats...

Have you actually stepped aboard any of these boats, or are you just looking at their specifications?? If you haven't stepped aboard any of them, you might want to step aboard a few and get an idea of whether you like the boat or not. Any boat you don't like off the boat...is probably one that you shouldn't even be asking about.

As for living aboard... I am not familiar with the Alberg 37 but do know of at least two families that liveaboard on Alberg 30s., which I am fairly familiar with... so I don't see that being a big problem. You might want to read this, this, and this.
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