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The first boat I ever chartered in 1980 was a Hardin 45. We piled nine people on the boat (I was the captain) and cruised the USVI's and BVI's for two weeks. Many fond memories. She is a heavy boat, just right for the Caribbean. You should have a great time with her where ever you go.
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Congrats, you've done good. She's a beauty!
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Best of luck with her, all that woodwork is beautiful !
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