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View Poll Results: What is the size of your boat?
25 feet or under 236 24.23%
26-35 feet 469 48.15%
36-47 feet 237 24.33%
Greater than 47 feet 32 3.29%
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24 paid for feet that looks like a 30 yr old derelict and sails like a dream. oh, and no bbq, dodger or shower thank you very much.
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24 ft, but she thinks she is 30ft.

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That's nothing.

My 21' er thinks she is over 40.



Or is that me?

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0 (zero) feet in reality 38 to 45 in my dreams. I think you should ask the question in a way that lets non boat owners be counted as well.

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I have two BBQs one is the largest Magma I could find and the other the round one (good for pots)...new boat will have two large magmas on it and the round one...nothing beats BBQing on a boat, and nothing worse than making everyone wait 20 minutes while watching the last fed people eat....
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18' of plywood outside and 30-something feet long inside.. not including metho stove, sink and porta-potti. A bit like Dr Who's Tardis...

..and just wide enough to fit into the carport with 6" either side.
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