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Old 25-07-2013, 02:00   #511
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And underwater for only 2 months!
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This one is not really cheap or a project but I think it is a good boat and fairly priced. It is a Simpson design and those are usually pretty good.
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Nice looking but that slanted fore-deck must be hard when under way and wet. Even if non-skid.
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There is a tramp in front of that. The floor plan shows the french word filet which is net. I like this boat better than a Gem.
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Old 25-07-2013, 19:56   #515
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Cool boat!

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Yeah those Iriquois are nice and built like brick sh*t houses. They have boards too so point pretty well.

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Seems realistically priced too, compared to other Iroquois out there on the market.
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Another good one priced right or close to right.
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Did i post this one before? 42' 1977 Cross trimaran cruising sailboat
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1. I have $20,000 + enough to survive on for years...
2. Why am I not dropping everything and heading to the keys? What is wrong with me?
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1. I have $20,000 + enough to survive on for years...
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Because it is really hard.

Are you married? Older parents?
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You must be gay.
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Because it is really hard.

Are you married? Older parents?
No woman, no guy (I have enough porn to know I'm straight. ), no kids, and my parents live in Michigan and vacation in Florida, so I would be able to spend more time with them by doing the ICW each year...

The hard part would be dealing with the weather and waves. Plus determining where I can anchor and can't, getting to shore, and finding fun things to do on a budget. It is a lifestyle, and I'm sure once you figure out some things, the rest falls into place, but that first step is a big one.

There are a lot of unknowns, but that is true where ever you are.

I will say that this is 'early retirement plan C' though. If A & B don't work or only last a few years, then C it is.
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I will say that this is 'early retirement plan C' though. If A & B don't work or only last a few years, then C it is.
That kinda changes things.

Post up after A and B................
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