economical coastal cruiser

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by sandy daugherty, Feb 11, 2010.

  1. sandy daugherty
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    sandy daugherty Senior Member

    These are lovely!

  2. Oyster
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    Oyster Senior Member

    Since this thread got bumped and I got a mail, this was my New Years Day trip, still taking a licking and its continuing to ticking. Over the course of almost 108 hours on the boat, I average about two to three gallons tops, with a fishing trip local requiring about one and half gallon. I go where few folks dare to venture even while still feeling very comfortable off the beach is weather that my wife and I tolerate.. We average running 15 mph in comfort almost all the time.

    We backed right up next to the beach and dropped the swim platform down and the queen stepped ashore without a single toe getting wet too.



    The birds love us and come to visit too. We can skim along the marsh grass without bothering the nature in peace and quietness.



    Now back to your regular programming.
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