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Used Boat Review: Chris-Craft 410 MY

usedboat1Skip Stamberger fondly remembers growing up along the Jersey shore, boating with his parents, brother and sister aboard a 1957 Owens cruiser. A series of locally built Pacemakers followed as the family grew. “We cruised to Lake Champlain,” the 67-year-old former sales executive says. “I saw the SS United States and the Statue of Liberty from our boat.”



Used Boat Review: Mathews Patriot 29

Belladonna_aftThere can be a certain trajectory to boat ownership. You start out small, work your way up to ever larger boats and then reach a point where smaller might be better. You start thinking about a handy boat that’s easier to run, one that doesn’t require the maintenance and care of a big boat. It should be good for a sunset cruise or cocktails at the dock, perhaps a fishing trip or a weekend getaway. And, of course, it has to look good.



Used Boat Review: Grady-White 330 Express

gradywhitePublishing experts always tell authors, “Write what you know.” And that’s just what Kevin Saulnier did.



Used Boat Review: Sea Ray 215 EC

usedboat1Tim Plouff and his wife, Kathy, had spent 30 years kayaking the Maine coast, exploring the pine-clad islands and rocky coves of the Island Trail and Coast Heritage Trust. It was good, simple fun, but their trips were limited by how far they could paddle in a day.



Used Boat Review: Carolina Classic 35

usedboat1Is there a gene for boating? Perhaps that would explain why in some families boating is a passion that spans generations, passed  down from one to the next.



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