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These are all great boats - for the right buyer.

Who are you? Will anyone (or anything) be joining you? How will you use the boat? What is you budget? Where will you keep it? Where do you want to take it? How handy are you, and do you own tools? ...I could go on...

Read the forums, and try to follow what's going on. This is the best free education that you can get.
 

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Learning the HARD way...
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Boats at the smaller end of your spectrum would be better for your wallet, easier to maintain, teach you more about sail trim, and cause less damage if you screw up.

For what you describe, an autopilot, a wind generator, and a water maker would probably not be helpful, so don't get all excited about these spendy add-ons.

I agree with others in that your first boat, should not necessarily be your last boat.
 
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