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Old 10-30-2006, 10:22 AM
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I was inside the cockpit of that particular boat on Sat and it was perfectly dry and spectacular. What a machine!
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Old 10-30-2006, 10:34 AM
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OK, who paid you off to say that?
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Old 10-30-2006, 10:48 AM
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OK, who paid you off to say that?
Well you know it wasn,t Cigarette.
Seriously though, the boat was as flawless and as perfect and as fresh/new smelling as any new boat I have been in.
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I heard area the 51 ol was designed at area 51
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Old 10-30-2006, 10:58 AM
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Those magic trees do wonders to freshen up the interior...

How was the rigging? Second to none?




Seriously though, we're laughing about it because nobody got hurt and because the boat is going to or perhaps already is back in top shape. But the sight of such a beautiful rig sitting half-submerged is truly heartwrenching...
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MAYBE the boat didn't sink, but the water level rose??????
Gotz ta watch out 4 those flash tides in FT L.!!!!!
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This past June at the New York Poker Run I had a hose clamp on the sink in my head pop off while hooked to the fresh water at the dock. Me and my crew were busy partying and no one saw the cabin filling up with water till some one went to use the head. Mike and Paul came over to see what the comotion was and told me don't worry about it they'll take care of it go have a good time. With in minutes they're Techs found the offending clamp and fixed it then they proceeded to clean the entire cabin. In about an hour they had the entire mess cleaned up so good you couldn't even tell there was ever any water in there. They didn't owe me anything cause my boat isn't covered anymore by warrenty but they fixed it anyway. They are two top notch people with an exelent team behind them. I know they'll move heaven and earth to be sure the owner of Candy Shop will be happy. I never got a chance to thank them at the Poker run so here is a belated thanks. Mike and Paul Fiore have a fan for life not becuase of their boats but because of their attention to their customers.
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MAYBE the boat didn't sink, but the water level rose??????


That was a Diet Coke out the nose comment....
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This past June at the New York Poker Run I had a hose clamp on the sink in my head pop off while hooked to the fresh water at the dock. Me and my crew were busy partying and no one saw the cabin filling up with water till some one went to use the head. Mike and Paul came over to see what the comotion was and told me don't worry about it they'll take care of it go have a good time. With in minutes they're Techs found the offending clamp and fixed it then they proceeded to clean the entire cabin. In about an hour they had the entire mess cleaned up so good you couldn't even tell there was ever any water in there. They didn't owe me anything cause my boat isn't covered anymore by warrenty but they fixed it anyway. They are two top notch people with an exelent team behind them. I know they'll move heaven and earth to be sure the owner of Candy Shop will be happy. I never got a chance to thank them at the Poker run so here is a belated thanks. Mike and Paul Fiore have a fan for life not becuase of their boats but because of their attention to their customers.

Aww...comon..... Reggie woulda done the same......
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