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View Poll Results: What is the size of your boat?
25 feet or under 235 24.15%
26-35 feet 469 48.20%
36-47 feet 237 24.36%
Greater than 47 feet 32 3.29%
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William Atkin's "Captain Cicero" 29' 10" x 5' x 8' 9" (Atkin & Co. - Captain Cicero) , technically. It just barely squeezes under the magical 30' mark, it's amazing how much stuff you have to pay for with a boat that is "30' or over"

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I live in Port Townsend, Washington. There just happens to be a 32' steel Pocket Cruiser up in the yard for sale.
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