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post #74 of Old 04-07-2011
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My "big boat" is 26' and some change. It's honestly the biggest boat I can afford to take care of so I'm happy. It's trailerable so I don't really have to hire anyone to move it or haul it out.
It's big enough and comfy enough for my better half and I to do a weekend on. I can take another couple out for a day sail if I want and we'll all still be comfortable. I'm not anywhere that I'd want to spend an entire week on unless I trailered somewhere on a rare occasion, but it'd be doable I guess with a few mods.
She's a good boat. Not too bare, not too excessive, and she's realistic for me. She's not fit for ocean crossings but I don't have any plans to do that in the near future anyway.

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