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Hope for you, that you won`t regret your decision, otherwise you have to build another one! Up to now I can`t imagine to give Lurianna away ... Greeting from Germany Helmuth
Helmuth Wilke |
December 09, 2013 at 04:55 PM
Good to hear from you. Yes it is with great regret that I am selling Mallard but we need something larger for the long periods we spend aboard. The Golant Gaffer is a great boat but not so much if you spend two weeks aboard.
December 10, 2013 at 07:09 PM
Looking for room, fuel economy (1gal/hr @6kn)and style? Check out a Kadey-Krogen Manatee. It's a cult boat, so it keeps it's value.
December 14, 2013 at 07:37 PM
I would take a look at the willard boats from the west coast or the before mentioned Manatee. Monk trawlers are nice as well.
Colin A |
January 11, 2014 at 11:37 AM
Before choosing a new boat you need to define its missions, boats are simply vehicles to accomplish a task. Ok, I don't really believe that, but if your take that mind set it will help narrow the field. I've owned the full spectrum of boats from sail to power in all sizes. The best boats served to accomplish my goals of the moment. When the goals were achieved it was time for a new boat to take me to the next mission. Give us some definition and you might be surprise what your readers come up with as suggestions. I see fuel economy and larger accommodations on the list. How long will you be out, weekends or weeks at a time? Open water or protected? Just a couple on board or with guests? Winter storage required or will the boat stay in the water year round? Budget?
Bill McGown |
February 08, 2014 at 11:22 AM
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