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Old 01-27-2003, 02:33 PM
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I'm fairly new to S. Florida. I'm looking for some fellow performance oriented boaters to run with.
We're in a great area, but I'm having a hard time finding some compadres that don't get scared when we leave the No Wake zone.
I put in in Delray Beach and run from Palm Beach down into Miami, and the Keys.
Anyone, Anyone?
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Old 01-27-2003, 02:44 PM
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Check out the Florida Powerboat Club. They have runs almost monthly. They are based in Ft Lauderdale at everglades marina. Good way to meet like minded individuals.
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Old 01-28-2003, 12:36 AM
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drop me an e-mail i'm goign to be in lauderdale/miami for the boat show. I'd love to get a ride in a fast boat
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Hey Tim,

I usually hang out down in South Biscayne Bay at Elliot Key during the summer. Don't worry I think we will be getting a few more Pantera brotheren in the upcoming future in the South Fla. area.

On this board I know we have

"MYPANTERA", "PANTERALOVER" and "GARYMMM" that reside in So.Fla.

Also, I sent Jo my application today for "OPBRA". You should consider joining they have some good ideas and are looking for new members.
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we are A LWAYS down there!...going back this weekend to key largo...i have to go for a sea test....so we'll be out and about...my guess is burn some fuel and hang out at the sand bar.
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Old 01-28-2003, 09:31 AM
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Actually im working with a head hunter right now and trying to square away a new job in Boca myself
This company pays relocation and all but can someone tell me where is a good place to live down there in this area?
A house with its own dock leading out to water?
Can anyone help me on this ?
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Jay,
Saltwater access in S. Fl?......Get ready to shell out some major cash.

Glad to see that you're really persuing that move to FL. I hope all goes well for ya.
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your the one that said there is no shortage of waterfront access down here
Friend said they do 50 yr mortgages in Fla is this true?
if so I can get more house wiht the low rates these days would not be too bad,
nothing that leads out to intercoastal or something?
Or should I just bend over and leave my baby at a marina?
What do you guys do down there in this area?
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Don't get me wrong, there is no shortage of available waterfront, just big bucks!
I don't know anything about the 50 yr deal? I haven't heard that. It's almost excessive, I think.
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what is a good area to look in around these parts?
maybe LAKE front or something?
would like a nice house ya know?
anyone?
or a good website to check out?
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