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Old 09-13-2004, 08:08 PM
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We have great rates and.............
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Old 09-13-2004, 08:29 PM
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I wil not tolerate your taking advantage of my hospitality and cluttering up my SUNSEEKER with a staff meeting !
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Jim Ross said I am always welcome to hve a staff meeting on one of his fine Sunseekers
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Here's a financing tip: Buy a boat for which you can pay cash or find a hobby you can afford without going into debt.
I disagree with this statement. People go into debt for toys for lots of reasons. Making the assumption that because someone gets a loan for a boat means they do not have the cash to pay for it is incorrect.
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Old 09-13-2004, 09:18 PM
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We just financed an Outerlimits for $210k at a great rate and great term.
Plus we have no payments for 90 days and 25/30yr terms on $250k or more!

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Wonder who's boat that was....

Here is a place that all was done over the Internet with minimal papers faxed to the office........great place and service and great rates
http://www.marineloan.com/currentrates.htm

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the gal on the left and a 2% rate please...and make it snappy.
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find a hobby you can afford without going into debt.
Good thing there is free porn on the net
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the gal on the left and a 2% rate please...and make it snappy.
You really want the gal in the middle - TRUST ME!
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I wil not tolerate your taking advantage of my hospitality and cluttering up my SUNSEEKER with a staff meeting !

Just because they let you clean out the bilge don't mean you own the sunseeker
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I found something in the bilge that I thought was caused by a plumbing malfunction.I examined it from every angle and I was still confused,it smelled bad,it was slow,and it had a wierd shape.I then found a piece of what appeared to be a piece of fiberglass with a BAJA hull number on it.I guess you know the rest of the story.
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