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Old 01-12-2012, 01:57 PM   #61
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Tony, if you want even more space I just read an ad for this company in SEA magazine.--

They apparently convert the fly bridge on your new boat into a SkyLounge, which is all the rage these days. Make things even more top heavy if you ask me.:confuse:

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Old 01-12-2012, 07:40 PM   #62
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Old 01-17-2012, 10:47 PM   #63
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RE: Our "new" boat

Woodsong wrote: boat is better than yours ...your boat is worse than mine boat is built the best...
If nothing else, from this thread I have walked away with a mental note to be sure and NOT hit a reef anywhere anytime soon and then I don't have to worry about how much resin is or is not in the layup.
Sheriff Woody, if you ever run aground, just don't post any pics here.

BTW, Congrats on your new boat!* I look forward to reading about your new adventures with your family!
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Old 01-18-2012, 01:52 AM   #64
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So, Rick, I don't think Ksanders is the only one interested to see what boat it is that has your heart (for the moment, anyway), is this what your boat is like, and is it the one you hinted at in past posts, (suggesting there was some work to be done), or is this one possibly going to be replaced by the one you have alluded to...?

PS.* If it is one like this, then it's a damn nice boat, and as a fellow CHB owner, only of a 34'er, I am envious as anything.* "I need a bigger boat", but not to catch 'Jaws' with...just more interesting places to...well....renovate...and store stuff...and stack a few more people sometimes...

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