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    It seems that a lot of members are in the same position as my self. Have a Go fast,51 years old wife goes on it maybe 5 times a year, have a drag boat and she has went 2 times in 4 years, live on a lake and bought a pontoon with a fifty Merc on the back, she uses it all the time. Most of the time she has it wide open! How can u understand them? " wouldn't trade her for a million dollars but you couldn't give me another one like her!!"


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    I'm closer to 40 than 50 but, I agree with Jana, you're never too old for the speed of a powerboat. It's a state of mind.
    And you don't always need the amenities, just need perfectly timed lunch breaks at the local waterfront restaurant.

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    Secret F233
    Here are the Donzi & Formula's Solutions to your problem look sweet to....

    you could also check out these guys I you have the means..

    BTW though's aren't Cruisers there Express Cruisers now this is a Real Cruiser......
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    You could get a marine air from West Marine or BOAT US and when you cove out with your buddies you can plug into there 110v and run the A/C. That's what I did with the Formula and we coved out and it worked great.

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    Here is the answer to this problem!

    Fountain 38 Express Cruiser!

    Top speed 65mph + and a cruising speed of 50mph all day long.

    Two state rooms and all the accommodations..

    If I had 200K + I would have one of these!

    I watched OCEANS11 last night and it has me thinking!

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    I think I've found the silver bullet solution to all of your woes. Just check out

    What more could you want? 70 MPH, stand up head, plenty of head room, 12,000 horsepower!!!!!!!, and a nice v-berth for overnighting.


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