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Old 02-16-2009, 01:56 PM
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Just buy one of each, Just got this 33' Chris Craft and the wife loves it. I have to say it is nice to just cruzzzzzzz
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Old 02-16-2009, 04:27 PM
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That was my plan too. Got the Portifino paid off and NOW daddys Smokin in da CIG!!!!!
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Old 02-16-2009, 09:45 PM
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thanks for all the high dollars proposition guys, but if you look at my avatar, chances are for the moment I can't afford a 250k plus boat... I guess I'll have to see a couple before taking decision. Sonic, Formula, BT, Nortech are some name I wish to compare... I'll see !

divorce? more expensive than buying a boat so let's keep it that way!
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I'm sorry. i read the first few posts on this thread and have to call BS. This site is called Offshore Only. . . not "boats i would like to take offshore and sink."

My wife has been banging my ear for years about our next big dollar boat purchase has to have a cabin so she feels like she's at home. I told her if she wants to feel like she's at home she can clean it on her hands and knees while I'm at the f'n bar.

Sack up boys. if your priorities in boat selection don't start with 1) horse power 2) manufacturer 3) running gear 3) stereo 4) headsets (with optional microphone gain for spouse) 5) is the speed significantly over 100 MPH and, most importantly, how many Claymaters will it hold. . . you like the snuggly comfort of hairy, overweight men and dancing to Manilow while secretly wear cardigans.

Of course, you are welcome to own a 150+' yacht that can hold said go-fast boat in it's hold.

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I'm sorry. i read the first few posts on this thread and have to call BS. This site is called Offshore Only. . . not "boats i would like to take offshore and sink."

My wife has been banging my ear for years about our next big dollar boat purchase has to have a cabin so she feels like she's at home. I told her if she wants to feel like she's at home she can clean it on her hands and knees while I'm at the f'n bar.

Sack up boys. if your priorities in boat selection don't start with 1) horse power 2) manufacturer 3) running gear 3) stereo 4) headsets (with optional microphone gain for spouse) 5) is the speed significantly over 100 MPH and, most importantly, how many Claymaters will it hold. . . you like the snuggly comfort of hairy, overweight men and dancing to Manilow while secretly wear cardigans.

Of course, you are welcome to own a 150+' yacht that can hold said go-fast boat in it's hold.

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Classic, I think you just said what most were secretly thinking...
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If cabin ammenities is what you are after, I here Winebago has a pretty good line up.
And if I may respectably 'one-up' you, a giant rig capable of hauling your 44' MTI, Skater, Nor-Tech, Outer Limits, Cigarette (insert killer, a$$-hauling boat here. . . that has it's own cabin with cooking accessories. . . is also welcome. But this site cannot get filled with grabled jargon about slow-moving channel blockers. SERIOUSLY!
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the answers simple. if your wife want's a different boat and your happy with what you have...

Tell her to go get her own F'n boat or shut the FUK UP!

women have this problem, when they are not happy, they think everyone else should be freakin miserable. Don't be a f'n puzsywhipped biotch and buy into this sh!t
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the answers simple. if your wife want's a different boat and your happy with what you have...

Tell her to go get her own F'n boat or shut the FUK UP!

women have this problem, when they are not happy, they think everyone else should be freakin miserable. Don't be a f'n puzsywhipped biotch and buy into this sh!t


You think they would run and and buy a boat for us..........phuck no.
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