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Old 07-19-2014, 01:56 AM   #1
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Gulfstar on the market

New to the market? Has the dreaded 4-154's. Would be nice to have a source of parts for these ancient engines other than replacement.



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Old 07-19-2014, 01:51 PM   #2
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New to the market? Has the dreaded 4-154's. Would be nice to have a source of parts for these ancient engines other than replacement.



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So counting the bowsprit and the swim platform it is a 40 foot boat, huh? (That is what the ad says). I suppose that if one were to tie a dinghy and a ten-foot line on the back then it could be called a 50 boat. :-)
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This Gulfstar has a very unique set up below decks. I'm guessing they totally gutted her and started over. I kind of like it. Certainly no room for overnight guests!

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Certainly no room for overnight guests!

Some of us see that as a positive.

Our "ideal" boat comfortably entertains 6, feeds 4, and sleeps 2. I'm a very social person by nature that appreciates personal space.
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Old 07-20-2014, 08:51 PM   #5
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Lazzara started to allow some sort of customization in the Mrk II boats. This is the 3rd variation of the aft cabin I have seen. I have the a copy of my boats blue prints and it has the twin berth aft cabin and it is marked up "before changes" I have what I call an owners cabin with a single queen sized bed. The rest of the boat looks very much like our.

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This Gulfstar has a very unique set up below decks. I'm guessing they totally gutted her and started over. I kind of like it. Certainly no room for overnight guests!

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I like that setup better than the "everyone and their brothers family" setups

Seen a couple galley down conversion on smaller trawlers that sacrificed the v-berth and day head and they looked really funtional.
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All that hanging galley cutlery would drive me nuts in a seaway.....
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All that hanging galley cutlery would drive me nuts in a seaway.....
That's funny, I though exactly the same thing. Clang, bang, clatter, clatter. I'd look at that and think that boat must never leave its dock.
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