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Old 06-19-2002, 05:03 PM
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We basically just took it easy all weekend...
The cove seemed like it was just taking a weekend off or something, for it seemed abnormally quiet...???
We will definitely hook up this weekend... it is looking like it may be an all guys weekend!!! LOOK OUT LADIES!!! WE'RE COMIN' TO GET CHA!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 06-19-2002, 05:10 PM
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I am in on what ever Conner is in on.

I sent the deposit today for Moonraker 112 ft 4 2000+hp diesels and one 4000hp turbine. 5 state rooms and tons of fuel. I think it best if we dont lite the turbine until we get out of BWJ cove. wouldn't want to upset the dirty duck.
 
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Old 06-19-2002, 05:12 PM
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no, the question is, How are you going to get it there?
Actually, I hear that once that 2 lane stretch of 54 outside Eldon is finished, any size will be able to get through. Now think BIG!!!!
How about I get in on this and we get at least a 100ft high speed yacht. That should be able to wash a few docks away.
BTW, they do have docks for 60' boats at YCM.
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My brother and I have been looking at www.ShipRepo.com
You said after 54 in finished any size would be able to make it, I would think there would be a limit to the weight on the bridges, etc. What do you think?

Tbone, Jawbreakerkid, sherman---Count my brother and I in on the BIG one!!! He always wanted to buy a couple of huge barges and build a actual 2 or 3 story house on them, complete with a mocked up yard and driveway with a garage, that you could pull your car into!! (He's a little warped!)
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Old 06-19-2002, 05:15 PM
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Ther is currently a 58 Sea ray express on the lake @ Emerald BaY Condo's it is owned by a guy from STL. There is a 560 Sea ray sedan Bridge @Glencove Arrowhead has made mention of driving a 680 sea ray up the river to jefferson City and then having a helicopter airlift it to LOTO It will never end
A 680 Sea Ray would have to weigh about 30 tons, what kind of helicopter could raise that?
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We will just hire someone to bring it up by river to Jefferson City and then we will have it air-lifted by a couple of huey helicopters to LOTO!!!!!!!!! Or since we are spending so much already, we could just have a canal dug to the river, so we could take if back and forth if need be...???
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A 680 Sea Ray would have to weigh about 30 tons, what kind of helicopter could raise that?

A COUPLE HUEYS COULD DO IT... I THINK???
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A 680 Sea Ray would have to weigh about 30 tons, what kind of helicopter could raise that?
From Sea Ray web site-
LOA 70'5"
Beam 18'6"
Dry Weight 75000lbs. or (37,500 Tons) Not a bad guess, if I do say so myself!
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Tbone, Now your talking!!! A Canal!! With a Lock so we could charge the next guy that try's to out do us!!
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The guys at Port Arrowhead said that they were trying to figure out a way to do it and this helicopter thing was a possiblity. They seem to think that if they get it there somebody will definitely buy it, I have to AGREE with them!!! There is definitely enough people with the money that frequent the Lake and just like Gary said somebody always has to be the BIG DOG!!!!!!!
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maybe we should consult with Conner first? we'll just have to ask her this weekend. i can see it now, "Hey Conner, ya still have a boyfriend? Oh really.......you do. Well, damn it!"
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