Tom’s Tips About Finding Your Boat
1. Try out as many types as you can.
2. If you plan to cruise, figure a way to try out boats on extended trips. An hourís cruise with a broker probably isnít going to tell you what works best for you.
3. You can do this by taking trips with friends and chartering.
4. Make a realistic appraisal of the type of boating youíll do. Donít be misled by the far distant tropical isle hype unless you can really do it.
5. Talk to owners of different types of boats. Ask what things they like and donít like about their boats, and find out if they are doing the same things that you expect to do.
6. Donít just assume that you can easily trade up or down if your life style changes. It costs a lot of money to do that, and youíre already going to have spent a lot of money. Try to get it right the first time.
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