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Old 07-22-2016, 11:18 AM   #11
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The previous owners of my previous boat needed an ADA accessible boat as they both lost mobility after completing my boat. They went with a 38' pontoon houseboat. Not at all a coastal cruiser but the 100% flat deck is 1" higher than the dock and they can wheel or walk themselves unassisted to anywhere on the boat. They hire a monthly detail service to wash the boat mainly so the roof gets washed, they can easily wash the rest of the exterior.

With hot rods we say there's no substitute for cubic inches. With handicap accessibility there's no substitute for square footage.

Would you rather boat to the Keys once and sell because it just doesn't seem to work or boat in a local lake or river for decades in something that is fun for all the loved ones? If nobody else is willing to say it I will, boats are compromises. Good luck and happy hunting.
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