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Old 07-20-2019, 01:25 PM   #21
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How about some info & pics of the boat.
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Old 07-20-2019, 02:56 PM   #22
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Carl, I'm new to this forum, I don't know how to add pictures..
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Old 07-20-2019, 03:55 PM   #23
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Carl, I'm new to this forum, I don't know how to add pictures..
Go advanced, click on the paperclip, click on browse, select a pic on your hardrive, upload it & then close that window. Click on Preview Post to see if it worked. Here are a couple of Willard 36s I uploaded.
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Old 07-20-2019, 04:12 PM   #24
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Katie,
Are the stairs wide enough to lay a ramp down on one side? The dogs use one side and you the other. You may need to pull a little on a railing.

Like the Willard pics Carl.
Here's my Willard
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Old 07-20-2019, 05:54 PM   #25
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Dogs, ya gotta love them

Welcome Katie.

We have one dog and brought her along on our recent 1700+ mile boat relocation cruise. We were afraid she would not do well with the stairs as she is also getting a little gray. But as the days passed she got so used to walking around and up and down that we had to watch her very carefully to make sure she was not walking the very narrow sides while we were underway. But I'm sure as time goes by we will be making ramps to get her up and down an in and out.







We have a friend who is aliveaboard on a mooring ball at the Marathon city Marina. We plan to go visit him if it ever stops being 100 degrees and raining.


Good luck with your boat search
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Katie,
Are the stairs wide enough to lay a ramp down on one side? The dogs use one side and you the other. You may need to pull a little on a railing.

Like the Willard pics Carl.
Here's my Willard



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Old 07-21-2019, 12:20 AM   #27
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I have no problems getting them in or out of the boat. It's the end side of the boat, it's a pilot house Willard Vega. It's the inside that's a problem. 3 levels of stairs...
Pretty much all boats of this size will have at least one set of 3-4 stairs down to the cabins although many have a single level between cockpit, saloon, galley & helm.

Our 6 year old kelpie is still very nimble, although she has gone overboard while underway when trying to access our narrow sidedecks to the foredeck. Her new bulkier lifejacket made her a bit wider than what she was used to. Since then she has decided to use the opening front window at the helm.
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