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Old 03-06-2008, 00:56   #1
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Hi all, i think we are going down the road of a cat that can dry out mainly due to our tide and enjoying the shallow areas of France , Chausey especially. So now we are faced with a different cat altogether ?
The other item on the wish list is speed, not too fast to be unstable and frighten the long haired general , i dont think im going to be happy with a boat if it dosnt shift when the going is right.
Around 40'
Any views on my boat, which seems to be eluding me at the moment !
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Go with the lightest boat you can get that offers the amenities you want.


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