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Old 11-07-2005, 09:07 PM
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Its a shame that the boat was never restored. Maybe someday it will be
It may still be, as I understand it the Bahamian speedboat drug smuggling trade is dead now. With the tough extradition treaty between the U.S. and the Bahamas the people who owned those boats are putting as much distance between themselves and the boats as possible, so much so that some are being taken offshore and sunk! If you have the time I'm sure you can go through nassau and some of the smaller islands and find these boats.

I almost forgot, a friend and I sent "fast company" over there as well. Does that mean were going to go to some sort of offshore hell?
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Old 11-07-2005, 09:32 PM
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It may still be, as I understand it the Bahamian speedboat drug smuggling trade is dead now. With the tough extradition treaty between the U.S. and the Bahamas the people who owned those boats are putting as much distance between themselves and the boats as possible, so much so that some are being taken offshore and sunk! If you have the time I'm sure you can go through nassau and some of the smaller islands and find these boats.

I almost forgot, a friend and I sent "fast company" over there as well. Does that mean were going to go to some sort of offshore hell?

you need to read the smuggleing thread........one of you is missinformed.............being a minister i neither indulge in alchahol or recreational drugs............mark........
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Old 11-07-2005, 10:14 PM
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one of you is missinformed.............

How so?
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Old 11-08-2005, 01:44 AM
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you need to read the smuggleing thread........one of you is missinformed.............being a minister i neither indulge in alchahol or recreational drugs............mark........
The late 90's bahamian smuggling boom is over, it peaked in 97,98 and then died down in 00 and 01. In 97,98 south bimini in one house alone had 2 38 mantas with yamahas, 2 36 mirages with 3 yamahas, 1 36 Carrera with 3 yamahas, 2 35 cigarettes with yamahas, 1 old 38 signature with yamahas and 3 38 cigarette knockoffs with 3 yamahas to name a few. And that was just around one house/metal building between the airstrip and the dock for the boat that took you to north bimini. Today? Nothing.

Things really died down to a crawl after 9/11, plus the boats of choice changed from big old go fasts with yamahas to the eduardono type columbian canoes.
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Old 11-11-2005, 07:41 PM
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Here's something thats been bugging me, does anybody know where the El Boss/super Q 37.5 ended up? Also does anybody have any pics of Assault another 37.5 cig?
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