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Old 03-28-2002
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mac 25 for winter

any one ever live on a mac 25
I am going to try nexst winter in or
around rock port tx .
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I live on a 37 Fairliner with an aft state room, full head with shower. I have an entertainment center where the forward head used to be and a forward birth. The main salon has an appartment sized refer, 3 burner stove and microwave. A counter top with blender, toaster, coffee maker and wine wrack. Where you gonna put that on a 25 foot sailboat??
Been to Rock Port Tx. Nice town. Small like a 25 footer.
You better have a toilet and shower at the end of the dock or things are gonna get messy real quick. A nice resturant nearby too. Try living in your car for a week and see how you fare. I''ts gonna be pretty much the same.
Ole Pete
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with all that stuff on board, it''s no wonder you don''t think a sounder is very important,besides,there''s no room! But it does sound like your very comfortable, and, as it should be. There is a certain amount of comfort you owe yourself for making a live aboard experiance a joyfull one. My number one criteria is boat size, but if thats all ya'' got, an'' thats all ya'' cn'' get ....do it!

Dennis L.
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