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What is your price range ?
There are power boaters and there are sailors and never the twain shall
meet ? Some people take this seriously and some powerboaters are open to new ideas, like sailing. Many,many,many boats don't leave the dock.
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i didn't say don't do it ,i just said think about it first.personally i like cruising,waking up in a different place each day,not knowing what the new day holds,sidney is quite right most boats never leave the dock in fact lots of boats just sit while the owner no doubt is too busy trying to pay for the boat+slip fees,basicly there or 2 types of marina's some of the more upscale ones won't allow you to scratch your behind without pointing out some rule violation the second kind is basicly like living in a trailor park with people coming and going all hours of the day or night,shouting turning on every light they own,i've found that boating people can be just as inconciderate as the general population,sometine tells me at 59 your probably past the party hardy crowd
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