I always say if I ever hit the lottery I'm getting a boat. My daddy used to love fishing and I have been fishing since I was young – worms never bothered me! I guess all us girls in one way or another were tomboys. We grew up with our brother and played every sport and loved to fish.

The first thing you should know when choosing a boat
is that no single boat will do everything. Boats that are
exciting to sail on the weekends aren’t the ideal boats
for a passage across the ocean. You shouldn’t expect to find quick acceleration and load-carrying capacity together in the same boat.

Figure out your needs and what you will be using the boat for whether it's for racing or fishing. If you are looking to buy a boat, consider bidding on a boat at an online public boat auction like this one at: https://www.crankyape.com/default.asp?pg=DisItems&Cat=5.

The logic to choosing the right boat is determining
how you plan to use the boat. Think about why you
want to own a boat, what you plan to do with it,
how you plan on using it, and how much you're willing to spend on it.

For some, beauty is the first consideration. For
sailboats beauty is very important, as you’ll
spend a majority of time floating and sailing around,
with many people looking at your sailboat. With
people looking at your vessel, you want to make sure
that it looks nothing short of amazing.

If you are planning to race instead of sail, then
speed is your primary consideration. There are
many cruising sailors out there who simply can’t be
happy unless their boats are moving very fast. The
ideal boats for speed demons are those that can cut
through the water, have a big motor, and create plenty of waves.

Fishermen, on the other hand, want to look towards
fishing boats. Trackers and other boats that are
designed for fishing are ideal here. Fishing is one
of the most popular boat activities, meaning that
you’ll have plenty of boats to select from.

When it comes down to it, selecting the right boat
is up to you and what you plan to do with it. Take
your time, weigh your options, and you’ll have the
right boat before you know it.

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