- Mar 14, 2014
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I’m the opposite. Have a boat but did not use it last year!Going on a year with no boat, it isn't that bad.
Living here boating plans are pretty much whenever, no special plans. There are other factors in my decision other than just the number but with values where they are it was a smart move right now.Was it the number that pushed you past the “do I want to be boatless” feeling? Did you have any boating plans coming up where it made sense to push them aside?
I have only owned boats for the last 15 years. I get it, I feel that way about my motorcycle.I don't think I could handle being boatless. Someone in my family has had a boat since I was born, and I've been on the Colorado river and lakes and CA lakes since I was born (hell I was two weeks old and in the river from a photo I saw). Boating for me is like breathing. I can't go near a body of water without a boat and not wish there was some way I could get out on it.
I'd rather sell my house than my boat.
Well that’s just unAmerican. Irresponsible in fact.
I sold my boat last year. 8 years of owning it and I Actually sold it for more than I bought it for. Partly because it was a bad ass HOWARD!! But mostly because the market is off the hook.Not for another boat.