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Old 20-06-2008, 16:31   #1
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Need advise from the Southern Hemisphere

I have a lovely situation here on the Chesapeake Bay, with but a single fly in my ointment. The widest travel lift within a two hour commute is twenty feet tops.

I want a daggerboard or centerboard fast cruising catamaran, and am having a tough time finding one that just fits. What's available down there that goes to weather with a J-boat, sleeps two couples in something a bit wider than a casket, and has a beam under 6m?
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Old 22-06-2008, 17:05   #2
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FWIW Pleasure Cove Marina on the Bodkin can haul you. We have been there twice, 23' beam. We also have friends with a PDQ 36 that pull out there too.

I would just be careful about letting them do any work since they actually focus on powerboats.

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