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Re: Boat Candidate options wanted

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Originally Posted by JimMcGee View Post
Chef, no disagreement but all of those companies make boats that are designed for blue water hops (I'm not trying to restart a blue water thread).

My Catalina 30 is a very solid coastal boat, but I would be hesitant to take her to Bermuda. The 309 is similar construction. Others may disagree.
Agree...I wasnt being disparaging....just stating what I found when I put the figures in Yacht World and Sailboat owners. David has been very open about choosing between older models and newer ones.
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