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Hello Fellow Sailors:

I think I have finally settled into this 49 Beneteau. I just traded my 2008 46 Beneteau and bought this 49. I never gave much thought to my little children squawking about sleeping together in the rear cabin of my two cabin 46. I figured as along as I was going to get a three cabin to split them up I might as well go for my eyeballs and get the 49. I haven't sailed her yet as she is still up on the hard in Winters Sailnings yard. I did get all electric winches so I can single handle her a little easier. I'm getting lazy in my old age.
In passing I would like to heap a little praise on my dealer, Winters, in Riverside, NJ. They gave me a great deal on my trade and a fair price on the new boat. I have kept my last two boats in Annapolis and they are "Johnny on the spot" with their service. Very responsive!!!!

I hope this boat sails as good as she looks to me!

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Congratulations, and thanks for helping keep the boat building economy moving.

I am facing similar "three cabin" issues, but will need a different solution.

Let's see some pictures!

(You'll need at least 10 posts to do that. You can do that in the song chain)

Again, best wishes and congratulations!

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Congrats!! That sounds awesome!

Ahh, the three cabin issue. Folks without kids never seem to understand this one. I can't tell you how many builders I've spoken with about needing to offer more 3-cabin options. Most of them, either childless or empty nesters that never sailed with their kids, just don't get it.

We shouldn't have to go into the high 40's for 3 decent sleeping cabins. That's why the Catalina 42 is pretty high on our "next boat" list.
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Congratulations!!

You'll want to PM "DanielGolberg". He has the same boat IIRC.

Any chance of joining us for the Block Island to Nantucket sail on June 11th? That will make 3 of us Big Benes on the trip. The trip goes from Block, to Cuttyhunk, then Edgartown and finishes in Nantucket. We'll be sailing back after a few days in Nantucket.

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Thumbs up congrats Big Moe

I want to wish you and your family well with the new boat.

I am glad to hear that you are happy with the dealer, we are in the market and were planning a trip to them.
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Congratulations! Looking forward to the pictures.

The 3 cabin issue was a problem for us, too. So many nice boats are designed for one or two couples. Funny, my two daughters did not want to have to sleep together. A v-berth would have to be huge to split for two adult-sized kids. It also wasn't going to work well long term to have one of them in the main salon, stowing bedding every day. We settled on a Hylas 47. One of the kid cabins has bunks (the lower one pulls out to a double -- cool), so we can have them share when we have guests.

Bought the boat a year ago, and I'm still getting occasional emails about 2 cabin boats from slightly clueless dealers. Yeah, I've told them that I bought something.

Once again, thanks, Cam, for putting the boat on the top of my list.
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Congrats on your boat!!! Post some pics!!!

Brian

PS Dan Goldberg (who has a tub like yours) has been trying to do an even trade with me for my Catalina 400. I am not sure if it was the grill he wanted, the prestidge of owning a Catalina, or the rocket speed that would make a Swan cry... but I am telling you both that you cannot have it. Stick with your 49's!! You gotta start somewhere!

HEHE! (this post was more to harrass Dan than you!).
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Congrats!!

And let me know if those electric winches don't work out for you and you need someone to go sailing with
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Hello Fellow Sailors:

I never gave much thought to my little children squawking about sleeping together in the rear cabin of my two cabin 46. I figured as along as I was going to get a three cabin to split them up I might as well go for my eyeballs and get the 49.
Thats it!!!!! My kids will never go to a boat show or allowed on any other boat than ours. One can't squawk if they don't know what to squawk about
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