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Grady-White Tarpon 190

It’s amazing how much you can do with a small boat. Rick Davis and his wife, Lindsay, along with their 5-year-old daughter, Cate, certainly get enough fun per foot out of their Grady-White Tarpon 190.

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Bayfield 26 dayboat

An efficient pocket cruiser is one of the most popular recreational boat types, right up there with the center console. It comes in a variety of styles and price ranges, and the propulsion choices run the gamut — outboards,   I/Os, inboards, gas or diesel. Their size makes them ideal as dayboats, and the accommodations make coastal cruising and weekending comfortable and easy.
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Merritt 37 sportfisherman

In the late 1920s, the early days of offshore charter fishing in Florida, Miami charter skipper Roy Merritt built himself a 37-footer, hoping to serve the growing interest in bluewater angling (helped along by Ernest Hemingway’s stories) and build his charter business in New York and Florida. Merritt built and fished four more boats over the next 20 years, all named Caliban, establishing his reputation as a South Florida skipper and boatbuilder while further publicizing offshore fishing.
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North Pacific 42 Pilothouse

Mike and Lois Fannon used to sit on their houseboat listening to visiting cruisers talk about doing the Great Loop. At one point a few years ago, they looked at each other and said, “We should do this.”

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Chris-Craft 360 Commander

Looking for a used boat can be a little like fishing. You cast, reel in and see what you’ve got on the hook. Thumbing through the classifieds, Chris Frosina and his wife, Ayse, came up with a keeper in the 1974 Chris-Craft 360 Commander Tournament Fisherman.

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