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Old 24-08-2015, 06:48   #1
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I am about to buy a CCC 502


I am seeking opinions as to just how difficult this will be for me. I am looking at powered boats. I know what I want. I am just stuck on size. I want a 50 footer, I like the size and the room it affords. and I plan to use it for home/office primarily and cruising to catalina 1 weekend per month and some fishing maybe 25 percent of the time, with the goal to cruise to san francisco after i am sea worthy?

any thoughts, tips. I have been told cruising in a boat this size will require a crew of at least 3. I plan to go it alone and I thing I can do it as long as I rig the vessal for me to be able to dock. can I do this or should I stop drinking and think about it after I sober up ; ).
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