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Old 02-14-2011, 01:53 PM
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I want to go out and rent a Houseboat and just go out to spots every night but they charge so much for even a small one it's not worth it for just 2 of us, maybe with 2-3 couples it would be worth it. I wish you could get a better rate when you a 40 year old boater thats not going to trash it unlike a 21 year old on spring break with 15 retards with you that are.
Haha! 15 retards!! That's funny.

You need to rally a group and do it for desert storm. Maybe bring a couple boats. I know the dudes from E dock did that a couple years ago and had a good time.
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u may want to try the Islander Resort. A little pricey but they have a protected marina for the boat.
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Hi Tank,
Here are a couple of pics of the new boat we discussed.

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I will take pictures and a video or two at Havasu. Thanks for your help and interest! Dan
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Pat is right ! The Islander Resort is a great spot to stay.

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It looks nice but I don't have RV and I don't see any rooms listed? Guess we could sleep in the boat???
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They have park models.

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Or.. If you don't want to pay big $ for a room that smell's like someone puked, pissed and crapped all over the place, look into renting a house for the week. Less $, more room and far cleaner than the rooms mentioned so far. Oh, and they typically have a drive way you can put the boat in. The water in Havasu turns everything WHITE so you really should not leave it in the water all the time unless you have a lot of elbow action and some CLR.
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Stay at the Heat. This time of the year if the water is up you can park your boat right in back of the Heat up aganist the wall and if you stay in the suites on the lower floor your literally 20 steps from your boat. Ask the Heat about the I'm building a house in Havasu deal. Don"t tell them I told you.

Riks a light weight and he's the one throwing up in all the Nauti rooms.

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Hi Tank,
Here are a couple of pics of the new boat we discussed.

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I will take pictures and a video or two at Havasu. Thanks for your help and interest! Dan
Holy smokes! That thing is stunning! Can't wait to her how it runs. I'm thinking you should just keep it in havasu until Desert Storm!!

And I agree the island rv resort park models are very nice and they have docks and a launch!

Or like Rik said you can rent a nice 3 or 4 bedroom house with a pool for around 100 a night.
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Stay at the Heat. This time of the year if the water is up you can park your boat right in back of the Heat up aganist the wall and if you stay in the suites on the lower floor your literally 20 steps from your boat. Ask the Heat about the I'm building a house in Havasu deal. Don"t tell them I told you.

Riks a light weight and he's the one throwing up in all the Nauti rooms.
What do you know about Havasu? You're hardly there anymore,LOLOLOL
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Stay at the Heat. This time of the year if the water is up you can park your boat right in back of the Heat up aganist the wall and if you stay in the suites on the lower floor your literally 20 steps from your boat. Ask the Heat about the I'm building a house in Havasu deal. Don"t tell them I told you.

Riks a light weight and he's the one throwing up in all the Nauti rooms.
Holy sh!t, talk about guest appearances!

How you been brother? Get rid of the donzi and move into your NTCC yet?
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