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Old 12-22-2018, 12:18 PM   #11
South of Heaven
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City: Sharon, Ma
Country: USA
Vessel Name: Slow Lane
Vessel Model: 2000 Camano 31'
Join Date: May 2017
Posts: 709
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Originally Posted by ctjstr View Post
the boat gets crowded with 4 people on board, but it can be done. We went from a 4388 bayliner to the camano, and frankly, I don't miss the bigger boat other than in the winter. I've always enjoyed cruising around in the winter and if you're anchored, it gets a bit crowded on the camano.
Overall, I'm thinking your plan will work and you'll be happy with the boat. One nice feature is that they really do hold their price well, so you're not likely to get hammered if you decide to switch. Another nice thing is that generally, the east coast prices seem to be a bit lower than the west coast boats, so you should be able to get one at a reasonable price. Frankly, I can't believe Jason hasn't sold his boat yet. Its a nice boat and has to be one of the lowest priced camano's on the market. It would be gone in a second out here on the west coast.

good luck

toni
New England is a different boating culture. The average boater forgets about boats from October to May. Lol.
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