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View Poll Results: What would you rather own?
Sailboat 99 90.83%
RV 11 10.09%
Motor Yacht 3 2.75%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 109. You may not vote on this poll

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Re: Would you rather own a sailboat or a RV?

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The only challenge I would find in driving an RV would be a challenge to my patience. Meeting up with all those other senile people doing the same thing. Now, if you could get them (the senile people and their RVs) to do 100m.p.h. and lean into corners, maybe. Perhaps organise some midnight RV burn-outs or street drags to stir the neighbourhood.

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Biased? Not much lol!!!!!
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Biased? Not much lol!!!!!
well he is also forgetting that high speed costs lots of fuel. I drive 55 most of the time in all vehicles so as not to waste fuel a non renewable resouce
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Re: Would you rather own a sailboat or a RV?

I vote for small boat towed behind an RV/Truck and camper combo.

Best of both.
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Re: Would you rather own a sailboat or a RV?

There is actually a perfect way to make this decision scientifically proven to result is a perfect choice, and it can be done cheaply without going off and buying either a yacht or an RV.



Get yourself a copy 2 movies:

RV with Robin Williams
Captain Ron


Watch both of these entirely realistic versions of both life styles and then make your decision.
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I vote for small boat towed behind an RV/Truck and camper combo.

Best of both.
I have those but still need bigger boats for offshore. I guess a norsea 27 is trailerable but she wouldn't be suited to mountain lakes or the delta waterways. The fact is one really can't have too many toys can he/she?
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I guess a norsea 27 is trailerable but she wouldn't be suited to mountain lakes or the delta waterways.


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It's true "WE, Jill and I" don't just drop in any place. But other Nor'Sea owners do! See our Youtube video of the last HPCC (Havasu Pocket Cruisers Convention) on Lake Havasu at:


BUT, we just spent months cruising from the San Francisco bay the Delta! Towed from Az. to Napa, dropped in, spent a month or so in the San Francisco Bay, Oakland Estuary, Angel Island, Berkley, Pier 39 +++, Then up into the Delta as far as Stockton and most of the way to Sacramento.

Have a batch of video that I may post on YouTube at some point.

Planning now for a Mardi Gras & on to Florida cruise from Feb. to June 2014.

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Re: Would you rather own a sailboat or a RV?

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I have those but still need bigger boats for offshore. I guess a norsea 27 is trailerable but she wouldn't be suited to mountain lakes or the delta waterways. The fact is one really can't have too many toys can he/she?
The draft on an NS27 is 3'10". So long as the water it's in is deeper, and plenty of open water, it'll sail there. These boats are made to go anywhere.
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Re: Would you rather own a sailboat or a RV?

I thought an RV might be nice but I never could figure out how to get the jib up.
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Aging sailor:
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Re: Would you rather own a sailboat or a RV?

If one is towing a boat on a trailer, is it at that time considered an RV? Just say'in I could live with that
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