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Old 15-08-2007, 07:19   #16
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There's got to be 'a bit of heart' in the decision making process as well. You may find a boat that fits the paper profile perfectly but just doesn't 'grab you'.
This is so true, when we found our boat we were actually going to look at a PDQ, and had to walk across our boat to get to the other. The admiral and I stopped and said "wow this is a nice boat", it just had that feel to us!!
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Old 15-08-2007, 15:16   #17
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I live work and sail on the west coast, when searching for a cat I discoved that the west coast market is bleak, so I looked at many differant cats in Florida and the Caribbean either in person or by having brokers and or freinds check them out - ended up after about 13 months with a boat I could live with i.e. afford. Best with your search - make it an adventure.
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It took me 6 months to find and buy ours. But, we knew exactly the boat we wanted. It took 6 months prior to that to decide on which boat we wanted.
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