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Old 04-21-2004, 11:22 PM
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There is nothing wrong with a love for fast boats at a young age. If you really like to wash and wax, my boat is in Pungo not far from you and you are welcome to clean it any time you want,
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Reckless, how long of a run is this? Miles wise.
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Old 04-22-2004, 07:29 AM
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102 miles, give or take. Perhaps a little too long for those with small gas tanks... fortunately the LCR also offers a "pleasure boater" course that covers a smaller distance...
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Dave.....you're killin' me!!
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Originally posted by Offshoreracr
There is nothing wrong with a love for fast boats at a young age. If you really like to wash and wax, my boat is in Pungo not far from you and you are welcome to clean it any time you want,
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Haha Are you right up there by that high rise bridge where they have the Captain Georges resturant and the beach area??
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Are there fuel stops along the way?
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Old 04-22-2004, 11:10 AM
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R Addiction the course is approximately 95-100 miles by gps track, and yes there are fuel stops all over but alongside Vyper340 is where I'm going for the best prices....FREE!!!! He'll need to be lightened a bit anyway if he wants to reclaim that bouy...

Young Mr Blake it sounds like Offshoreracr may have a full time job for you... And also to answer your question, yes there are "mostly" stock powerboats in the long run and your dad's F271 502 is plenty enough to do the trick.
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Originally posted by Reckless32
R Addiction the course is approximately 95-100 miles by gps track, and yes there are fuel stops all over but alongside Vyper340 is where I'm going for the best prices....FREE!!!! He'll need to be lightened a bit anyway if he wants to reclaim that bouy...

Young Mr Blake it sounds like Offshoreracr may have a full time job for you... And also to answer your question, yes there are "mostly" stock powerboats in the long run and your dad's F271 502 is plenty enough to do the trick.

Nice, cant wait im getting so anxious so im gonna make my dad do it, im actually gonna talk to him tonight about printing off the registration form and go ahead and sending it in!
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Old 04-23-2004, 06:01 AM
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Steve, how is finishing the project going? Can't wait to see the new paint job.
Worked 'til 9:30pm on it last night. Engines are in and running, cockpit is almost re-installed. If "Maxx" (John R) ever gets my steering done I'll splash next weekend (may 1st).
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Old 04-23-2004, 07:27 AM
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Good luck Steve. Can't wait to see the new ride!
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