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looking for a 25-27' boat in Chicago suburbs

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I live in the northwest suburbs of of Chicago and looking for a 25-27' boat for the chain of lakes, upgrading from my 18' Buccaneer, and wife is getting tired go getting hit by the boom....'Duck honey !!!!!!'
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Re: looking for a 25-27' boat in Chicago suburbs

You can get hit by the boom on a 30 footer. Duck anyway.

Are you looking for a trailer sailor or other?
There a quite a few listings on craigslist along the east coast of Wisconsin.

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Re: looking for a 25-27' boat in Chicago suburbs

Budget?

Nor'sea 27
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Re: looking for a 25-27' boat in Chicago suburbs

Firstly, you can still get hit by a boom on a 25'er, it'll just hurt a lot more than the 18'ers boom.

Chances are you can find something off craigslist, or FB marketplace, or even just by checking the marina bulletin boards or storage yards....just for starters a good place to begin.


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