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View Poll Results: How far are you from your sailboat?
0 minutes, I live aboard 56 9.76%
1 to 14 minutes 174 30.31%
15 to 29 minutes 80 13.94%
30 to 44 minutes 59 10.28%
45 to 59 minutes 50 8.71%
60 to 74 minutes (just over an hour) 40 6.97%
75 to 89 minutes (just over an hour and 15 minutes) 10 1.74%
90 to 104 minutes (just over an hour and 30 minutes) 11 1.92%
105 to 119 minutes (just over an hour and 45 minutes) 9 1.57%
2 hours or more 85 14.81%
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How far are you from your sailboat?

This is a older thread that deserves to be a Sailnet poll.

IMHO this is best measured in the time it takes to get to your boat, since traffic and mode of transportation vary widely. If you have to row out to your boat, count that time to. So it's door-to-door, or door-to-hatch if you prefer.

If you move her (as I do in the winter), use the average distance.
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2 miles. By bike...12 minutes.
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300 feet ...Its the dog house for now !
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10 minutes from home, but only about 3 minutes from work!
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Yeah, Im an hour and 20 minutes away. Kinda sad but when I get there I cant just come home real quick for something.

Or if the weather gets to bad you pretty much have to ride it out. My girlfriend wanted to come home one night when our boat and many others people boats were snapping dock lines throughout the night at the marina. It gets bad when the wind blows from a certain direction and it sure was that night.

It was around when I first got the boat and I hadn't spent many nights aboard yet so it quite scary/exciting. I really liked going on deck when it was getting bad for some reason......
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40 to 45 minutes from home and 25 minutes from work.

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Its on the side of my house !!!!
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Wow, the less-than-15-minute crowd is "winning" this poll.
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Commack to Northport and to think i allmost put the boat in greenport again Now i am able to use it as many as 4 times a week because the drive is so short

Now the launch ride can be LONG at times as i am over 1/2 mile out from Seymour's
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