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Old 11-04-2019, 12:33 PM   #1
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City: North Jersey & Plattsburgh NY
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Hello there

Seems like there is a lot of friendly helpful info here. I was especially pleased to see some talk about reasonable power ranges for boats. I have been amazed at the wide range of engines for what seemed to be similar boats.
I am currently looking to research a good boat for the Great Loop. My current goal is to learn to identify a good solid boat to match our needs and tastes without buying every bauble someone as thought to sell. So, watch out I have questions.

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Old 11-04-2019, 04:35 PM   #2
City: Solomons, MD
Vessel Name: Branwen
Vessel Model: Hatteras 48 LRC
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Welcome! There are several recent threads on Loop boats and even more not so recent. Try using the site's search tool to find them. I suggest you read a few of those threads and then ask questions, but all questions are welcome anytime.

Glad you're here, and good luck with your search!

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