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Discussion in 'Boats - RVs - Planes' started by Zack1978, Aug 24, 2006.
Thats all I just want a boat!
ok i got one you can have...its really a pretty nice boat...let me know if you are interested...needs motor work
Boats are fun
I got a 24 ft Robalo cuddy
Custom 23 ft bay boat
But I can't part with them...
I got one it's a money pit. I want a new boat
I most want a 1987-1989 23 - 25 ft Sea Ray Cuddy. They are my favorite boats. The look is classic and the Teak is beautiful!
I used to have an old Center console 23 Robalo that had the whole teak thing. Robalos have been good to me for a long time.
Teak was cool
boat $ =$1000
got a 19ft cuddy cabin, great fishing boat. But I am gettin old.....I want to crap and cook indoors and maybe evenhave some heat Looking at a 35-7ft Trawler, I have no need to go fast......8kts is just fine with me
got a 1985 Formula Thunderbird Cuddy...... Luv it....
Makes wheelin on weekends a tough decision.......
Wanna get a big boy
This is my 35 ft choice
i <3 my canoe, but can't hardly efford to put gas in it......
with those searays you can see the gas gauge move while you are running Zack
kids are getting bigger so i'm thinking of moving up in size this fall to between 17 and 19' with an outboard. i figure it's important to keep the hole in the ocean where you pour money as small as you can.
I love my boat but you should know that boats are GAS HOGS IN SPADES.
My boat is a 19 foot I/O with a 4.3 V6 Chebby and it burns about 7 gallons per hour of engine operation. Gas was $4.15 a gallon on the fuel dock at Lake Powell a couple weeks ago.
So, it costs almost 30 bucks an hour just to fuel it.......
i gotta 19.5 bayliner with a cheby four cylinder...1987...excellent condition...very nice trailer...i think the boat has actually been in the water 5 maybe 10 times..stored ina barn its entire life...needs motor work
I want a friend with a Boat!
I have had 6 different boats in my short life here in Charleston. The older I got, the bigger and faster they got, and the more money they sucked out of my wallet!
You don't want a boat.....You want a friend with a boat. He takes you out, you pay for beer and a little gas money. No worries at the end of the day. Let him make payments, insurance, registration, property taxes (on boat and then on the motor)
PS - even if you are not using the boat, something breaks. I could never figure it out.... Walk away and everything works, come back next weekend, and the (insert various part here) is broken. It broke just sitting there!!
I feel better now
Outboards are the only way to go in my opinion. Until you get over 30' or so, then go with Cat turbo diesel true inboards. I have never had more headaches than with an i/o, its a pain to maintain with the engine buried in a very tiny hole, drink a lot of gas and the through hull for the drive sucks ass too. I dont care if its a bravo drive, volvo, arneson.....they are a bitch to work on.
Come sail away!
Come sail away!
Come sail away with me!!!!
It's not so beutiful when you have too clean and oil it.
A part doesn't break just from sitting. It breaks when the boat is neglected
If you take care of a boat it will take care of you...
Hunter 260 or a MacGregor