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Grand Banks Yacht Owner or Buyer?

Discussion in 'Grand Banks Yacht' started by YachtForums, Nov 16, 2004.

  1. YachtForums

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  2. Cruisingrammie

    Cruisingrammie New Member

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    New Grand Banks 42 owner

    We sold our home, purchased and moved onto our boat
    Dec 1. It has been exciting, exhausting, scary and
    often wonderful. We knew that a lot of work was needed-
    But it was more than we expected. We were blest with a
    Great honest mechanic, a lovely marina and friendly
    boaters here at Loggerhead for our first four months. I
    am very anxious about leaving here on the 29th
    To take the boat to summer in Georgia. I
    Am dumb about lines and worry about
    shoaling, breakdowns, moving- being
    a boat!
  3. NYCAP123

    NYCAP123 Senior Member

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    You've got your timing a little backwards. Most boats are heading north at this time of year, and Georgia is known for it's flies during the summer season. You might want to reconsider and enjoy you're beautiful area for a few more months while you get more acquainted with your boat. In either case though good luck and safe cruising.
  4. Cruisingrammie

    Cruisingrammie New Member

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    Thanks- we are leaving the boat in Georgia
    Per our insurance requirements -then
    driving up to summer on Long
    Island with family then we have a rental
    In Rockpirt, Ma till Septembet-