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Old 06-07-2002, 09:53 AM
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It seems that a lot of members are in the same position as my self. Have a Go fast,51 years old wife goes on it maybe 5 times a year, have a drag boat and she has went 2 times in 4 years, live on a lake and bought a pontoon with a fifty Merc on the back, she uses it all the time. Most of the time she has it wide open! How can u understand them? " wouldn't trade her for a million dollars but you couldn't give me another one like her!!"

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Old 06-07-2002, 10:15 AM
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I'm closer to 40 than 50 but, I agree with Jana, you're never too old for the speed of a powerboat. It's a state of mind.
And you don't always need the amenities, just need perfectly timed lunch breaks at the local waterfront restaurant.
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Old 06-07-2002, 11:03 AM
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Here are the Donzi & Formula's Solutions to your problem look sweet to....

http://www.donzimarine.com/series/z/39zsc.html

http://www.formulaboats.com/model.asp?id=400


you could also check out these guys I you have the means..


http://www.sunseeker.com

http://www.magnummarine.com



BTW though's aren't Cruisers there Express Cruisers now this is a Real Cruiser......
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Old 06-07-2002, 11:43 AM
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fstboater-
email me. I also have a blown Chris Cat and a wife that likes it!
Lets share some tuning info (about the boats).
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Old 06-07-2002, 12:15 PM
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You could get a marine air from West Marine or BOAT US and when you cove out with your buddies you can plug into there 110v and run the A/C. That's what I did with the Formula and we coved out and it worked great.
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Old 06-07-2002, 01:24 PM
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Here is the answer to this problem!

Fountain 38 Express Cruiser!

Top speed 65mph + and a cruising speed of 50mph all day long.

Two state rooms and all the accommodations..

If I had 200K + I would have one of these!

I watched OCEANS11 last night and it has me thinking!

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I think I've found the silver bullet solution to all of your woes. Just check out http://www.gentryeagle.com/

What more could you want? 70 MPH, stand up head, plenty of head room, 12,000 horsepower!!!!!!!, and a nice v-berth for overnighting.

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