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    A lot of you guys will disagree with me but this is one of the nicest rigs i've seen in a long time.
    http://www.yachtworld.com/boats/2000...s#.U6MO0ijySXI
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    It is a beautiful boad but I need twin screws on any boat that size. I live in SoCal (Newport Beach) and would love to have that style of boat around hear. It would def turn some heads. Rarely see that type around here.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Skrap View Post
      It is a beautiful boad but I need twin screws on any boat that size. I live in SoCal (Newport Beach) and would love to have that style of boat around hear. It would def turn some heads. Rarely see that type around here.
      Why do you need twins ? Double trouble !
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      • #4
        If I had 200k to invest in a boat, it'd be a lobsta boat. They have such beautiful lines.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by potbuilder View Post
          Why do you need twins ? Double trouble !

          Because on a boat that big a kicker doesn't make sense and a single screw, IMO, could be single trouble if it were to go down.

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          • #6
            Nicest boat I have been on was a custom 47' Buddy Davis Sportfish my buddies and I chartered out of Key West in '93.
            It better be a nice bost for the $1.5 mil price tag though!! :O

            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QfoucB4xN1k
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            • #7
              Here is another option along those lines:

              http://www.swboatworks.com/forsale/tunaboat.html
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              • #8
                Originally posted by jrogers View Post
                Here is another option along those lines:

                http://www.swboatworks.com/forsale/tunaboat.html
                no where near the boat that northern bay is and its powered with a engine that parts are no longer available for. He's trying to cash in on the "wicked idiots" fame and find some sucker to overpay for that boat.
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                • #9
                  Steve, what kind of fuel efficiency and speed do these boats get?
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by tlingitwarrior View Post
                    Steve, what kind of fuel efficiency and speed do these boats get?
                    depends on what they are powered with ?? I'd bet that boat i posted will go 16-18knots @ 12-15 gal hour. Thats a guess you'd have to talk with the owner(not the broker) what the real numbers are. My 29 H&H does 16knots@ 8 gal/hr and it will run in just about any weather at that and be a comfortable ride, no pounding. I'm easy on my boats my boat does 26 at WOT so i guess i could get a bit faster cruise if i ran it harder & put more fuel through it. I can run at 10knots and burn 5gal/hr. Boat will do 4 knots at idle! Big slow turning wheel does the trick.
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                    • #11
                      When I was in Seward last June this dingy was in the slip next to the boat we chartered. Not sure if it is still there or for sale but it sure was nice. It's how the other half live.

                      http://www.jamesedition.com/yachts/v...or-sale-654031

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                      • #12
                        Steve,
                        What do you think it would cost to haul that thing up here?
                        Dominic

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                        • #13
                          had a shipping calculator on the website 6100 bucks

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by wenzelldo View Post
                            had a shipping calculator on the website 6100 bucks
                            I don't think you could get it to seattle for 6100 bucks if you can let me know. Are you going to take a look ??
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Skrap View Post
                              When I was in Seward last June this dingy was in the slip next to the boat we chartered. Not sure if it is still there or for sale but it sure was nice. It's how the other half live.

                              http://www.jamesedition.com/yachts/v...or-sale-654031
                              I just saw Strider out by Montague last weekend. That is a lot of boat for the money.
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