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Hi I live in nw wisconsin and I'm dreaming about cruising the bahamas, caribean,maybe to belize some day. I have a johnson X-boat daysailor 16 for my basic learning. I'm thinking of a boat for lake superior. cape dory 25,bristol 24,morgan 25, or contessa 26 [theres the dream]. Trailerable and seaworthy.
This is a great site. I have learned alot so far. Thanks Dan.
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'sounds great! I can see the beauty of trailering a vessel like that down to Ft. Lauderdale and junping over to the Abacos on a nice weather day. March through June are my favorites. Short hops down to the Exumas....'take care and joy, Aythya crew
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Thats exactly what I was thinking! Thanks for the welcome.Dan.
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