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Re: Minimum extended cruising requirements.

Ya know, My grandparents up graded to an Oday 30 something with a center cockpit, aft cabin, and me and my sister and an aunt cruised around the Bahamas in it and there was plenty of room, that was two teenagers, an adult women and my grandparents. I think that makes five....ya five. I had almost forgot about that trip till just now. The aunt had the v berth, the sister the couch thing in the main cabin and I had the pilot berth. Which ,Ha ha, is the most comfy on a passage. Of course the Granparents had the aft cabin which had it's own mini head., plenty of room for us up in the oxygen tent. ( the plastic enclosed cockpit.)
But if I had the clams, I'd be in a big cat. That is true about the Marinas, as I never put my sailboat in a Marina I never consider that aspect. My dive boat is in a marina and my neighbor has a cat, I never thought that he may be paying twice what I am.

" Some are boat wise and some are other wise"

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