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Old 12-31-2008, 09:32 AM
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That is a beautiful boat!
I actually talked to Mike at Sterling just yesterday about the engines and what a maintenance schedule would be. While some I saw would rather not have Sterlings over 525's I am fine with them.
My 1st choice is actually a low power MTI or Skater w/bravos and silent choice. The river I live on is shallow and prop strikes happen so number six drives could get very expensive
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Bravo XR's with sortshorties, it has a pretty shallow draft?? At slow speeds it might have less draft than a 39' MTI w/bravo's? and it's price right.................FIRST $135,000.00 no trade takes it.
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Old 12-31-2008, 10:05 AM
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Bravo XR's with sortshorties, it has a pretty shallow draft?? At slow speeds it might have less draft than a 39' MTI w/bravo's? and it's price right.................FIRST $135,000.00 no trade takes it.
I agree on the draft staggered helps it also. It being lighter and staggered should make it draft less then a 38. I actually would add a rub rail. Saddly this will be a beater boat left on lift 365 days a year and going to Hooters etc. for dinner.

I have a boat without rubrail it is hard to not damage when used frequently (i boat about 200 hours a year)
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Old 12-31-2008, 10:07 AM
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I agree on the draft staggered helps it also. It being lighter and staggered should make it draft less then a 38. I actually would add a rub rail. Saddly this will be a beater boat left on lift 365 days a year and going to Hooters etc. for dinner.

I have a boat without rubrail it is hard to not damage when used frequently (i boat about 200 hours a year)
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Nice beater boat.
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Nice beater boat.
Every boat Miklos owns is a "beater" boat. That's nothing special.
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Every boat Miklos owns is a "beater" boat. That's nothing special.
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