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My first choice would be a diesel althought I feel a little better about a gas engine, after getting the thumbs up from Jeff ( for my sailing purposes ). I realize and I hope sellers realize too, that a diesel is of more value, again depending on the big picture...
Our sailing season in Nova Scotia starts in early May ( Prep work ) and most boats are in the water by the first of June. Our weather warms up pretty good by this time and will continue warm until mid-Sept, when the evenings start getting quite cool. Most people will sail until mid-Oct. and then start the winter prep work... November is really too cold for sailing ( IMO ). We can start getting snow by,Mid-November, but over the past 10 years or so the snow is staying away longer. A white Christmas is no longer guaranteed.
We have beautiful sailing here in Cape Breton Island, with an inland sea,the Bras D''Or Lakes, which is accessible on both ends, from the Atlantic Ocean. The great thing about sailing here is that you can coastal cruise around Cape Breton and get a feel for the ocean and then, at your leisure, enter the beautiful Bras D''Or Lakes. All are welcome...
Best regards, Aspy...