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They are nice looking, well built, innovative and overpriced! We seriously considered the 44 in a CC version for quite some time. A very well thought out cruising boat.

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Camaraderie,

A new Gozzard is really not overpriced compared to, say, Shannon or Cabo Rico, bought used they tend to hold their value thus appear overpriced in comparison.

In today's economy they may even be a better investment than stocks!

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Well...I would not compare a Gozzard to a Shannon...but I agree the Cab is overpriced too!

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Ohh yeahhh, the Ice Breaker version,, But How many BBQ's does One boat NEED
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Derpends on how many guest, and how much they eat!!!!!!!!!!!......i2f

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The Gozzard at the Annapolis show this year looked like a fine piece of craftsmanship and was very nice on the eyes. I think there's value in this, and same goes for the Cabo Ricos.

Not all boat designs should be reduced to the modern functional essentials . . . I'm glad there are still manufacturers around willing to pay a little homage to the traditional, to craftsmanship, and to esthetics. Combine this with a seaworthy design and competent manufacturing materials and techniques, and I’d say that’s worth a little extra.
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They are great, if you can make a deal on one go for it. I like the interior design, heck even Island Packet likes that design.

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