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Old 04-27-2010, 03:59 PM
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Nice story about the 37 in the May Power and Motoryacht.
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havnt had one since highschool, they go away after a few days though
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havnt had one since highschool, they go away after a few days though
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Old 04-27-2010, 09:39 PM
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I like the IPS drive....... But to me the picnic boat is about shallow water, eating, beach walking etc. But I am try to grow olives in fla?
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Nice story about the 37 in the May Power and Motoryacht.

That is a nice article except for the $783,500 asking price for a 37' Hinckley Picnic Boat...I know it is a Hinckley, but
$783K....that is some serious coin. Nice looking boat.
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I know nothing about them other than seeing a couple on the Chesapeake, but went to the site. I have to admit they are pretty cool boats.
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Thanks to all for your replies....

As of this morning the attention has switched to a Ferretti.

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Thanks to all for your replies....

As of this morning the attention has switched to a Ferretti.

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Sorry for not getting back to you with any input, Rich, but I was out of the office. How about a nice Fairline for your friend???!!!


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T2x.....here is a recient article I scanned for you. Sorry it's late!
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