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Re: For experienced cruisers ...

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1. What model of boat did you use (are you using)? When was it built?
Hunter 42- 1991, Beneteau 36CC -1999, sabre 38 - 1983

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2. If you could make one change to this boat, what would it be?
set up specifically for a couple

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3. Assume you cannot choose your own boat, what other boat of similar cost would you choose for long-distance cruising?
Moody

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4. If money were not an object for either getting the boat or operating it, what boat would you choose for long-distance cruising?
moody 41

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5. How many offshore miles do you have with your own boat?
over 20,000

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6. Please give one or more hints - things that you wish you had known when you were starting out cruising. These can be about boat choice, philosophy, destinations, crewing, food - you name it. Please give as many as you like.
It is only as costly as you make it. You need to be comfortable in your own skin and solely capable of taking care of yourself in all situations.
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