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Thread: Adding flotation to a 14' aluminum skiff

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    Buy a buttload of boat fenders, the kind with an eye on each end, and string them along the gun'als semi-permanently. Voila! Floatation and impact protection in one fell swoop!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sayak View Post
    Buy a buttload of boat fenders, the kind with an eye on each end, and string them along the gun'als semi-permanently. Voila! Floatation and impact protection in one fell swoop!
    Brilliant!

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    Well, I guess "dbcooper" didn't like what we had to say......

    Quote Originally Posted by sayak View Post
    Buy a buttload of boat fenders, the kind with an eye on each end, and string them along the gun'als semi-permanently. Voila! Floatation and impact protection in one fell swoop!
    I think I like the noodle idea better.....lol. I just have to wonder how many noodles it would take to keep my boat afloat? I imagine more than I have room for.
    Sheep hunting...... the pain goes away, but the stupidity remains...!!!

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