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Old 02-05-2019, 10:56 AM   #1
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I am new to the TF and recently purchased a 2000 Mainship 390 Godspeed and brought it up from Slidell, LA to Knoxville, TN via Tombigbee and Tennessee River. I have enjoyed read everyone’s post. There is so much to be learned from this site.

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I am new to the TF and recently purchased a 2000 Mainship 390 Godspeed and brought it up from Slidell, LA to Knoxville, TN via Tombigbee and Tennessee River. I have enjoyed read everyone’s post. There is so much to be learned from this site.

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Wifey B: Welcome here and have fun with your boat. Curious as to how you intend to use it as definitely not a common boat for your location.
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Our plan is to start the loop this fall and head south. May take us a couple years to complete the loop but no hurry, retirement is great. Still have a small list of boat projects to complete before we start but everything is coming together nicely.
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Our plan is to start the loop this fall and head south. May take us a couple years to complete the loop but no hurry, retirement is great. Still have a small list of boat projects to complete before we start but everything is coming together nicely.
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