Matt thanks for the offer, the more I think about this the more I might just get rid of the boat all together, I have so many kind offers. Joking of course, I could not be boatless
Re Howard's Way in black n white, I think not, it is a childhood drama running at a time I was racing dinghies 3 days per week. After 3 races on a Sunday, Dad and I used to watch it. It is better second time around, having more understanding of business myself now. Surely you remember Matt, I think I am only 5 years your senior.
Robbie, I really am unsure but given this house we have just bought, which needs something like £80-100k spending on it over the next few years and consuming most of my spare time, thought a trailerable smaller boat might suit our circumstances for a while and allow us the opportunity to meet up with you guys.
Gaz, no I haven't tried a Flecher cuddy but I know what you're saying. In reality, we have only overnighted on ours twice in a year, so is a large cuddy that essential? Of course, I live 5 mins from the boat, perhaps when I trek around the country, will want a bigger cuddy.
In general, I would prefer to keep the Maxum because I am so worried that I would regret it but to buy a decent trailer and a useful 4x4 is gonna need 5 to 7k, which would pay for a new roof, rewire, new driveway, the list is endless
It would need to be a minter and ideally a 21 not a 19. I have my eyes on a 21 foot Bayliner too. My garage door is 2.3m wide, so if it doesn't fit, I will get Ed to cut it in half and rejoin it later
he is good a that.