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Old 01-16-2019, 09:14 PM   #21
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Trailer-ability is another concern. I have a place on matagorda bay that I would like to keep the boat. This would require a 30 min road trip to get to a ramp that will accommodate a boat in this size range. The Marin 30 has a 10' beam, anybody had any issues pulling a boat that wide?
I pull my McKee 28, with a 9'11" beam. I haul from League City to Freeport, or to Galveston.

The only issue is the road construction on 45 with narrow lanes. It gets tight, but doable.

You also have to plan your stops so you can make the turns, but that has nothing to do with the beam...more the overall length.

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I have a 268 Islander (1996) and have absolutely no issues concerning how seaworthy this boat has been. I like the WA aspect of the boat. Perfect for family adventures along with serious overnight fishing going deep blue. All boats have down sides but this boat has been perfect for my family. Several mods have been made to accommodate use (fishing or cruising) of boat. Overall, this WA is a great match for our use.
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