For everybody whose have directed me towards builders, whose shown me things I hadn't known about a builder
, like antares
having a galley
up model, thank you. Mark, leaurider, outforduck, catalysis, gbanker, zeehag, your input on this last page has been appreciated.
Seafog - Please no more posts here. Your perspective on my concerns being unfounded and subjective are as valid as me thinking you have a considerable interest in protecting your decision to buy a privilege
.I really am not trying to pick a fight, I'm trying to avoid friction by suggesting we cut the lines asap. We will probably keep clashing with nothing productive to show for it, so lets just separate while the separating is good. Lets just agree to disagree and move on. You and I just arent on the same wavelength, there is no reason for us to continue interacting with each other so lets just not.
Sand Crab - Ive said, multiple times, in various posts on this thread why I chose to include diff builders, diff types, etc etc. I hope this doesnt come off as rude but the answer below will hopefully give you a clue as to the who, what, where, and why of my decision making process.
Therapy - life is a sucky conundrum that poivides many catch 22s and oxymorons. Inevitability of life I guess. There is already one that strikes the hell out of me, and I love it, but I'm doing my best to have a practical approach and look for as many possibilities as I can. I dont want to make the same mistake many homeowners over the past decade have made, buying
with their wallet or their hearts. I want to love my boat but I also want to do my best in making sure that I have very few or forgivable regrets down the line by looking at many prospects (even the ones outside the mold), weighing the good and bad, and then slowly whittling down my choices. Whenever I've made decisions this way, Ive always had long term satisfaction.