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Old 01-25-2018, 09:00 AM   #12
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City: RIchmond
Country: USA
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FWIW, you can't go wrong with that Mainship, even with the gas engines. For a boat that size to get 1 mpg on gas engines is great. If you need to extend your range, slow down to hull speed and you might get 1-1/2, maybe 2 mpg.
There is only one thing I don't like about that boat... the flybridge is awfully tight. Other than that, it is a very roomy, comfortable boat.

As far as the Bayliner goes, I know the reputation and I've also know a LOT of people who have owned a 38 MY and I can say the boat served them well.
I'm not crazy about the layout, but the boat has a lot to offer.
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