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FYI I have nothing against a good lathering down.
I was just waiting to see how long it would take for someone to say that.
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I love my Phantom, . .

You'll find a bigger boat to be an easy transition.
I loved mine too but sold it when I moved. A bigger boat would be great. To say I've been thinking about cruising is somewhat misleading. Obsessing would be more accurate. So much to learn - motors, wiring, navigation.
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