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I have been boating most of my adult life (power 20'-50', canoe and kayak). I found that I enjoyed myself more when on my kayak....no engine noise. Kayaks are great but have their limits so I started thinking... sail boat. Took the step and bought a 21' Aquarius..great little boat..slow..but wonderful to learn on.
I single hand 95% of the time and love it. Already looking for a bigger boat.

JD
Lower Chesapeake bay....Hampton Va
 

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Welcome to the Net, JD. Shouldn't be too awful hard finding a boat on the Chesapeake Bay.:laugher Keep us posted on your search for the 'perfect boat.' BTW, lots of good advise here on the good and not so good aspects of the various designs. Enjoy the Aquarius. One of the advantages of sailing a small boat is that you will be more inclined to get out there and sail than you might on a larger boat, and obviously a smaller boat is cheaper to operate.:)

Fair winds.:)
 
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