If you go to a boat show, it’s impossible not to fantasize about moving up to a bigger boat. The imagination takes over and your brain only envisions the good stuff, like being able to overnight at the fishing grounds or the ability to venture far offshore in the hunt for pelagic species.
Should you happen to pull the trigger on that multi-engine, blue water beast, it could very well be the answer to your dreams and could open up many new doors previously unavailable. But before taking the plunge, it’s important to consider all of the ramifications of going big.
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