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Old 11 April 2014, 11:33   #11
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Smaller hull does not mean easier to handle. Up to a point, a larger boat is fine to learn on (for instance, you don't want to start off with a 100' fishing trawler). Any problem you run into on your boat would happen on a smaller hull as well.

I think you're well on your way. Have fun!

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