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After that little bit of sadness* (not winning last night’s lottery) we have picked ourselves up and are once again moving forward. We had some back and forth correspondence with the owner of the boat mentioned below today. The end result of which is that we will be going to meet up with him and view his boat mid-April (it is currently shrink wrapped in Toronto). We are very-much looking forward to this as up to this point our only experience with this model of boat is from a computer screen.

*This “not winning the lottery” sadness is destined to repeat itself over and over until we leave. 😉

The image below is of a PDQ 32. Not THE boat but a similar one.

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  1. When researching for your boat. What made you change your mind from Gemini 105mc to PDQ 32? I am new to this and we are dreaming and planning too. Our window is a little bigger as I have a couple of teenagers to graduate from high school….But, I’ve noticed there is ALOT of Gemini’s for sale out there and it makes you wonder.

    • You see more for sale likely because a lot more Geminis were made than PDQ 32s. I think it’s fair to say that most people would consider the build quality of a PDQ to be substantially higher than that of a Gemini.

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