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Old 01-06-2006, 01:51 PM
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Try Hudson Bend Boat Storage. They are a storage place on the road to Carlos'N Charlie's. They have 26x11 and 52x11 stalls..

I kept my 22-foot Crownline in a 26x11 covered storage for $85/month. They also have uncovered storage.

Nice folks. Two sisters run it. Their brother also lives there.

http://austin.citysearch.com/map?mod...979266&fid=10&

Thanks Clay. I just called, they have the 52' slots but there all rented and she said they rarely become available.
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CLAY ;

I'll put some specs together for you in an email.
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And you NEED to buy my 29 outlaw. ill even deliver it
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And you NEED to buy my 29 outlaw. I'll even deliver it!
WOW! You'll deliver all the way to Austin? You're too kind!

Sorry about the lack of storage.

You gonna be at the boat show next week? PM me.

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CLAY ;

I'll put some specs together for you in an email.
Hey Shawn... I got the specs... Now send some pics!

BTW... I order my new truck today. It should be here in about 8 weeks. I will be buying a boat right after that!
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Clay, Hre's a site to browse around in :

http://www.everyboat.com/c/c/perform...ats-1034_1.htm

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This has been a great thread... The search continues...
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WOW! You'll deliver all the way to Austin? You're too kind!

Sorry about the lack of storage.

You gonna be at the boat show next week? PM me.
Clay, Im there for you, Ill even park it in your driveway


Im going to the show on friday. what day are you thinking about?

Have you been out to full throttle to see my boat? I may get it back late next week. Im itching to drive it
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Thanks! (I think )

No, I did not buy the 38-foot Flatdeck. Just too heavy to tow.

While I would love to have a 35-foot "wave crusher", I would have to keep it in a wet slip. Slips on Travis are very expensive. Dry stack is also available for a 29-footer or shorter. I plan to go to the Austin Boat Show next week and do some "slip shopping".

Let's put it this way... If I budget $800/month on boat payments and storage, do I want to spend $400/month on a boat payment and $400/month on storage (wet slip)? Or should I spend $600/month on the boat payment and $200/month on storage (dry stack)? Or. something else?

If I am willing to trailer the boat, then I can spend $600 on the payment and $100 on storage and put the other $100 in my pocket!

It's all about options...
Yea, something will always come up to take that $100 out of your pocket though, hehe if its not the boat, your g/f will see a fur coat that she can't live with out in the middle of the summer!(or is that just mine? ) I feel that you are on the right track 29' will be right on for your needs besides should you change your mind its probably eaisier to sell a newer 29' or trade up, than it would be to sell a much larger older boat, with the proper investigation and surveys you should be fine, spend all the x-tra money on surveys you need, Ive never hear of anyone down the road saying dayum I spent wayy too much money checking that boat out. and the previous post was a compliment.
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