You will see all types of boats at FPC runs, plenty of small cats and 28-33 v bottoms.
(LOL at the browser highlighter on 'the price is right' )
Last edited by Catmando; 12-11-2010 at 08:20 PM.
I ran "ROCK THE BAY" poker run this past year in my 2007 donzi 27zr.496ho.I started up in the front and was not the last boat to the lunch stop.We were on the cheapeake bay in a little choppy water.No problem.
Horses for courses, Jupiter Sunsation. I used to do track days and am now thinking to do poker runs. I'd like to do it for GT3 money ($120k) in the most capable, newbie manageable, new boat possible.
Beautiful boat, fountain40icbm. I'm probably a year away from buying, however (currently living/working overseas).
We ran the Destin PR in a Hurricane deck boat. Most fun I ever had on a poker run.
Go with a cat 28 skater will do it easily..
Here is a great video of the 2005 FPC calender of events: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGk5HGyeAjI
Smallest boat I saw on the highlight reel was a 33 Powerplay.
This is the KW run the following year.
*these years were easily the biggest events in the history of PR's. The slow economy has shrunk these events and the amount of big iron that attends.
Last edited by Jupiter Sunsation; 12-12-2010 at 10:50 AM.
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