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Old 09-18-2016, 12:51 PM   #1
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Full Time Liveaboard

While my Bayliner 3988 is not technically a Trawler I use it in slow cruising mode and as my full time home.
I live just east of Toronto and in my 15th year as a full time liveaboard on a Dockominium I own at Frenchmans Bay.
I hope I can add value to this forum.

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Old 09-18-2016, 01:21 PM   #2
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TOG, Welcome to the forum! I was just looking at and admiring the layout of the 3988 yesterday. It appears to be a versatile boat with a good combination of speed, space and visibility. I can see myself enjoying a boat like yours. The cockpit is just barely big enough for a couple guys to fish from. Nice boat and welcome aboard!
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Very nice boat. I'd love to hear more about the life as a full time liveaboard in your area and how you handle the winters.
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Old 09-18-2016, 03:00 PM   #4
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Welcome to TF Gary!!!

Lots of Bayliners here! Lots of folks you already know as well.
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Welcome, and thanks for the advice you've given me already. Great group here.
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TOG, welcome to TF. As a PNW member with a bazillion Bayliner MY's around the PNW, that 3988 is one of my favorites.
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