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its time to go

i am planing an extended cruise from the great lakes to the med and beyound we sail a 33 CC and my wife is not likeing the prospect of spending that much time on this time of boat and wants a cat. my budget is 100,000.00 can i get some feed back on what would be a good boat for an extended cruise in that price range thanks
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The boat you already sail is the best boat for a new adventure (provided the boat is up to it).

33 feet is plenty of space for two people. I'd take that $100K and look for ways to improve the livability of your current boat.
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I'm more than happy to discuss a partnerchip option with my 52' cat project. See my introduvtion above.

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