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View Poll Results: How many full size boats do you own?
Only 1 (one is enough) 11 28.21%
2 8 20.51%
3 8 20.51%
4 or More (I love boats!) 12 30.77%
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Well I have what should be a beautiful but now sadly neglected 28 foot classic Bermudan sloop;a 34 foot motor sailer;a glassfibre pram dingy;a 10 foot slatted floor tender;liferaft if that counts .Plus until recently a beat up old Avon Tender which tended to leak rather quickly-it was recently stolen-pity the thief! and until last year my Tiga Windsurfing board.
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You can never not have enough boats

As of right now I have 4 boats

1987 Newport 30 MKIII
2000 American Skiff 15' center councel 50 hp Johnson
2003 RIB inflatable 10'2" 9.8 Nissan
1939 Snipe woodie
1965 Hobie 9' 8" surfboard
1956 Johnson 3 hp outboard ( red)
1956 Johnson 5 1/2 hp outboard ( green)
1956 Johnson 10 hp outboard (green)
1981 SuperBug 1 1/2 outboard
2000 Motor Guide 40 lb thrust electric trolling motor
And everything is in working order, I need a 1956 Johnson 7 1/2 (red). Retirement is GOOD

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