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Re: "Right" boat for the ICW and NC gunkholing?

Though I'm obviously biased, that's what the Ontario 32 was designed for.



While it doesn't have 2 "cabins", the L settee pulls out to a double.

The downside is the cockpit isn't big like the newer boats. Hard to beat the late model Catalinas and Hunters with their wide beam and sternrail seats, as well as the walk through sugar scoop.

John
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True, is the soul, that hesitates not, to give.
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