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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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Easy to singlehand, spacious enough to liveaboard(eventualy).
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A 1978 Grampian 26 foot, best great lakes sailboat, best of all she's mine and O look forward to every weekend and dy sail I can get.
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Yet one more Catalina 22 sailor here. They're such great boats...
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My boat is "technically" 29'10" and I am starting to learn about more and more limitations that affect boat over 30'. Not just fees, regulations etc for boats 30' and over but I have talked to some world cruisers that just couldn't get thier 34'er into some marinas.
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curious as to where it is that a 34 cannot get into a marina...i prefer to anchor out--- but i am in a marina for named storm season as the anchorage here has mediocre holding and i dont wanna die from jova or irwin or their lil follower..... but there are lots of empty slips in this area, up to 100+ ft--is easy to find slips here if you are willing to pay the money for them.
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