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What is your favorite boat ?
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Re: Favorite Boat

Our boat! But then it's the only one I've every had.
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Re: Favorite Boat

My favorite boat is the boat I own now and my next boat.
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Re: Favorite Boat

I am still interested in a Gozzard 36 and up.
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One with no drips on my berth.
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Mine! And thank god because otherwise I couldn't handle the expense/time/work.

I just spent a night next to an absurdly neat 62' catamaran and I couldn't stop snapping pictures...of my boat. The owners probably thought I was getting pictures of them.
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Money no object? GUNBOAT!
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Re: Favorite Boat

Our favorites:

Starter boat: 1976 Pearson 28
Coastal cruiser: 1985 Ericson 35-3
Blue water cruiser and live aboard: 1997 Caliber 40LRC

Now ask me which boats I have owned
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Re: Favorite Boat

The next one.
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Re: Favorite Boat

I'd love to be able to own a classic Formosa....like a 51 (The Capt Ron boat). I wish I had the money and time to be able to own one and keep the brightwork up to the level it should be.

I think they're such beautiful vessels....classic lines, stunningly beautiful woodwork throughout.....very comfy and cozy live aboards. This is the type of boat where a real passion can develop between owner and boat.

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