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I want to make a trip to Florida in May 2002 to shop for a yacht. I want to make my time count. What part of Florida has a good concentration of used 45'' to 50'' sail boats?
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aem, I just came from miami boat show in feb. I think you''d have good luck in the fort lauderdale/miami area. There not that far apart. Places like 2hulls.com is good. Good luck, I''m not too far behind u! Blue skies and High tides!
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I found my 32'' on soundings.com, in daytona beach - its probably a close second to miami/lauderdale as far as number of boats for sale.

Id suggest finding half a dozen or so beforehand in the area youre going, both so you have a couple of places to start looking and so you have a general idea what youll be looking at and what the price ranges are.
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