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take the grand or so that you'll spend on 103 & 104 and put it towards the boat. Let me suggest a trailerable in the 25 foot range. Be sure of a shoal or swing keel for your thin water. Then get out there. Make some dumb mistakes and learn from them. Then, when/if your Mrs. Loves sailing, move up to a bigger boat. By then your daughters will be talking to you again, after realizing that are not ruining their lives, and may even go with you. Whatever you do, take a Sailing &Seamanship course through your local USCGA power squadron. Absolute must, above sailing lessons. You can competently sail and break every nautical law in the book.

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