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sailaway21----i like the sound of that;Ultimate live-aboard, what is this CY Tung you speak of?


TOMINDC2- yes yes, we all agree, on the cat, if we could afford it we would get a cat vs. a mono. We have actually been looking at the Gemini 105MC, its about at the top end of cash to spend, might be too much. (Were still paying off school loans and cars and girls and condos) but we are still considering the Gemini.

uspirate----------indeed cash talks, and those are just slighty out of our budget......at this point of our lives...and when we do have the money...this is the one....http://www.deltayachtsbrokerage.com/...unboat-en.html


Sailormann------ the 4 or 5 of us get along to well, we have known each other since 6 and 7th grade, still hang out to much to this day, have shared normal beds before, shared girls before, shared girls and beds, and have all been teaching sailing and saving lifes with each other for 10 years or so. We have no problem sharing cabins its just when the ladies are lucky enough to spend the night at sea with us we would like more then 2 cabins..3 cabins and a few berths, maybe stacked ones would be fine. 2 cabins and some berths would work to...but 3 would be better. I will have a look at the ones you listed..


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You might check out an old Morgan 46, I looked at 1 the other day,2 single berths in fore cabin, 2 sea berths in sallon, 2 single berths in mini cabin/passageway, double berth in aft cabin, along with a friggin bath tub.
It even fits your price range, and will probably out sail the junk. Art.
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I looked at a lot of Morgans. I think some here say there are too many problems? I am not the one to ask about that, others know more. But, the problem I had with them was that no matter how big they where, they still had aft quaterberths, no aft cabin. Lots of single berths, pilots etc. Maybe I just never found one that had an aft cabin and they do exist. (well, i was wrong, just found a morgan 462 with aft cabin!) Would you consider a ketch? They make great livaboards and party boats, very impressive with the ladies! They usually have a big aft cabin for the catch of the day. wink,wink. I suggested moorings earlier, but not sure you would find one big enough and in good enough condition under 100k. The beneteau oceanis line puts out tri-cabins. They would be at the top of your budget. Tayana 42, Endeavor, custom ketchs(bruce roberts), CSY?

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Artwerke------yes i like the look of the Morgans...and layouts



bestfriend -----------------i almost like aft quaterberths for us (that means it has 2 in the AFT?) rather then one aft cabin. We would def. consider a ketch.
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yeah bro,that Cat is smokin!
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I don't know....5 guys...in a small boat...no matter how much they talk about bringing women, and women this and women that.....that's....too cosy.... for us Southern Europeans


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Have you seen the video of Safari, the Gunboat 62 that is a charter... funny to watch... www.safaricharter.com

Personally, I like tris more than cats...but if someone gave me a Gunboat 62, I wouldn't mind...

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Just be careful on the Great Lakes with Cats. Not many of the harbors/marinas have slips that can accomadate that much beam. Some have very, very limited availablity. Some will put a cat only on a cross T at the end of a dock. Not very many in the area are set up to handle them. Call around and find out. I know that a folding Tri sometimes makes more sence because of dockage.

Also, (I did not read the entire thread) has any body mentioned something like a Beneteau 50. (I know the B word is often scorned on this site) They have a four cabin layout available with doubles in each. This layout is very popular with the charter trade.
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Giulietta-----------hmmmmm i dont even know what to say about your women comments...maybe you like dudes......(which is cool with me if you do)

sailingdog----------ya ive been watching that Vid like 3 times a week for a while now,totally sick.


sailortjk1--------------true indeed with the harbors here in Chicago,which is why we are looking at more Mono hulls now., and whats the problem with Beneteau and people on this forum..since im a newbie to this forum?

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The Gemini is only 14' wide, so it will fit in alot of the larger slips without much problem. My tri is 18' wide...so if it didn't fold, it'd have some serious slep limitations...

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I love that video... so much fun... and one thing I show people when they ask me why I sail a trimaran...

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