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Old 06-11-2004, 09:00 PM
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Old 06-11-2004, 09:10 PM
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[QUOTE=Strip Poker 388What the deal with the portable launch [/QUOTE]


The launch is not portable, it's just the photo angle. But I agree, I looks kinda scary.
The launch is very steep, but it worked out well.

Troutly, the marina is located in Stockholm, Sweden.
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It looks like the trailer could high center in the middle. It does look like a bad ramp from the picture .

I put in a place at tickfaw La. once and had to back out of the canal that was so narrow . I had a 28 ft boat and it was not enough room to even turn around at the ramp.I think I even heard banjos playing but did not stick around to see . No pig squeals


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38KV.....Thanks! Gotta be some beautiful boating country
It is for sure, the Stockholm archipelago got over 24.000 islands and hundreds of bars and restaurants.
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I think I even heard banjos playing but did not stick around to see . No pig squeals


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That's some good looking hardware you guys have over there. Keep up the good work.

Interesting way to moor the boats. Haven't seen anything like that before. Spring loaded dock lines. New one on me.

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I put in a place at tickfaw La. once and had to back out of the canal that was so narrow . I had a 28 ft boat and it was not enough room to even turn around at the ramp.I think I even heard banjos playing but did not stick around to see . No pig squeals


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nice boat , like the polished tabs. now how about some of those hot women pics
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....OK....let me ask you this.......do you tie off the bow to a bouy out front, or does the boat somehow manage to stay aligned with the dock using the stern lines tied off in that manner?
Seems like it would be a pain but it looks like it works. if you click on the picture to upsize it you can see the bow lines.
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