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Old 05-19-2016, 12:34 PM
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Available for charter soon.

Including all major Florida poker runs.

Her name is "Recovery Room"

The 28 Skater "lil Recovery" will be available as well.

Our captain is required. He is a master captain with 1000s of hours in powerboats. Not just another "yachty".

This was actually his idea.....I just said screw it why not....let's give it a shot.

More details to follow with website and OSO Sponsorship and formal advertising once the transaction completes.

Until then it's still just a pipe dream. In a year the thread my be "why you should not charter your boat".
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Old 05-19-2016, 12:40 PM
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Brett let me know if you need someone to write up your contracts, LLC etc. Our Law Firm here in Miami does that. Good stuff.
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Old 05-19-2016, 05:35 PM
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Just looked at these for the first time. They look great.

They all are a little "fishy' in the set up. Like Doc J said, could have the luxury center console interior installed for $15k and this would be a great boat.

Newest used model I found was 2007.
The boats are very expensive new, 22,000 lbs hulls are 1.5" thick kevlar carbon fiber. Would be a great island hopper!
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Old 05-20-2016, 08:32 AM
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Paperwork is moving along. Confirmed for "M7" last night as soon as it closes.
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What are they getting now for the lifts? Last time I checked was $1200 and change. It would be a good idea to have a good full cover, when its windy a lot of salt spray off the inlet and the birds love that marina. I am doing a few projects at Murano Portofino so I am always having a look at the boats down there.
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Anyone looked at a spectre? I think it's the same as my boat but i haven't been on one.
What do you have?
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What are they getting now for the lifts? Last time I checked was $1200 and change. It would be a good idea to have a good full cover, when its windy a lot of salt spray off the inlet and the birds love that marina. I am doing a few projects at Murano Portofino so I am always having a look at the boats down there.
$2000/mo

We are doing full canvas to protect from birds.
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Love yours.

Our buddy just got one (local here) and it is Beautiful
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You may want to confirm w/ your lender that they will loan against a Statement. They build a great product, but I have heard they have fallen short w/ providing NMMA model info which is why they aren't listed in NADA. Unfortunately, most lenders use NADA to determine watercraft values. I'm not saying they won't lend on them, but the criteria may not be what you are typically used to. Just something for you to research and keep in mind.
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