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Old 07-08-2012, 10:56   #16
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Thanks! I'll be sure to check out those suggestions. Much appreciated..
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Old 07-08-2012, 14:35   #17
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Anyone know a few good manufacturers?

As far as new models go, Hunter is all I know of.

Thanks!
As you have gotten aready there are lots of CC boats in the size you are looking for (Hunter, Bene Passport, Island Packet, Moody, older Morgans, Pearsons, Endevors, Gulfstars, Bistrols Petersons, Whitneys, Brewers). But you also say "new" and say $250k so it depends of what "new" is.

Yatchworld used to have a search choice for just searching CC boats.

I used to think I wanted a CC. But decided in the 45' range you were getting a centerline berth but going to lose salon space. I now feel a better choice is a deck salon boat or a boat with a forward master berth.

Which ever way you decide I hope you have fun!
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Old 07-08-2012, 15:05   #18
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As you have gotten aready there are lots of CC boats in the size you are looking for (Hunter, Bene Passport, Island Packet, Moody, older Morgans, Pearsons, Endevors, Gulfstars, Bistrols Petersons, Whitneys, Brewers). But you also say "new" and say $250k so it depends of what "new" is.

Yatchworld used to have a search choice for just searching CC boats.

I used to think I wanted a CC. But decided in the 45' range you were getting a centerline berth but going to lose salon space. I now feel a better choice is a deck salon boat or a boat with a forward master berth.

Which ever way you decide I hope you have fun!
Going to look in Annapolis in October. Thanks for the feedback.
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Old 08-08-2012, 19:57   #19
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Been looking online and have seen some very interesting designs; the moody ds and the island packet sp cruiser. Anyone know of other brands that follow this trend?
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Don't forget one of the world's most successful manufacturers of centre cockpit blue water cruisers. Tayana make nice boats

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