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Old 07-28-2019, 07:15 PM   #8
Miz Trom
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City: St. Petersburg, Florida
Country: USA
Vessel Name: Mariso
Vessel Model: 43-ft American Boatworks custom
Join Date: Aug 2015
Posts: 289
I want it easy to single hand but big enough for me to sleep on. Any thoughts and suggestions are welcome. Lynne
Hi Lynne:

Oh my, you are going to have so much fun looking for your boat!

I am curious, are you looking for a liveaboard boat that you can cruise to distant ports of call, spending many months aboard, or primarily a "weekend getaway" style of boat? Or do you plan to become a full time liveaboard again, remaining in Maine? Or perhaps you want to cruise to Florida in the winter and then back up to Maine for the summer?

There are many factors to consider when buying a "sleep on" boat, but you probably know most of them from your time spent living aboard 21 years ago.

The experts here can help you narrow your search if you would kindly provide more information about how you wish to use your boat.

Mrs. Trombley
Living aboard on the Tenn River
with 2 dogs & hubby Dan
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