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Old 03-07-2020, 07:46 AM
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ouch.... better luck has to be coming your way!
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Old 03-13-2020, 02:43 PM
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Yes absolutely right. In the meantime the rigging is progressing and hope to start hanging the motors next week. These motors didn’t come with trim pumps in the bracket instead pumps need to be mounted in the boat. JC is in the process of mounting all 5 pumps! I did meet with Phil from P&G Canvas going over the Bimini as I had on my old one. They do come in handy, Certainly with an Irish heritage wife. She can’t seem to take prolonged exposure to direct sun,everything‘s fine for a while then she turns flush/heat stroke and the parties pretty much over. With a little engineering I make the Bimini narrow enough and then able to store it under the rear hatch and slip the legs forward between the cockpit liner and the hull side. Worked like a charm on my last boat. Once we get a little further along on the interior I’ll get the cockpit cover and stamoid full cover done
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Some “in the know” might recognize that azz crack (all in good fun John. ;-)

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Much respect to Mr. Coen.
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Looks great Gary! You must be excited. Every time I see a Superboat I have a little regret for selling Superstitious.
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Originally Posted by AZMIDLYF
Much respect to Mr. Coen.
Agreed. Sweating the details...himself... A lot of custom hoses and routing. Trying to keep it neat.
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looking great!

will we see that beast ripping along the Long Island Sound ?






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[QUOTE=noli;4729323].

looking great!

will we see that beast ripping along the Long Island





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Absolutely!!! Normally I always trailer. This year I may rack store it inside at Rex marine Norwalk and run out of there. A local buddy who has a 27 Progression is persuading me to join him there and that sounds appealing. In the past though I would often take a week off in summer and drag it out to the hamptons. I also tow to Old Saybrook or even Newburg NY as the tow isn’t that much different.


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Originally Posted by Dave M
Looks great Gary! You must be excited. Every time I see a Superboat I have a little regret for selling Superstitious.
As Gary “Superbaby” would say “Really Amped up”
Regrets, Me too Dave, I’ve been boatless far to long. Funny Dave, I have been surfing thru mine and your thread pictures today going over some of the anchor points for the Bimini that you had a good photo angle of, as a reference for the canvas guy.
All I got to say is this boat building sh!t has gotten real reeeaaallly expensive.
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[QUOTE=SUPERSTITIOUS;4729330]
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looking great!

will we see that beast ripping along the Long Island





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Absolutely!!! Normally I always trailer. This year I may rack store it inside at Rex marine Norwalk and run out of there. A local buddy who has a 27 Progression is persuading me to join him there and that sounds appealing. In the past though I would often take a week off in summer and drag it out to the hamptons. I also tow to Old Saybrook or even Newburg NY as the tow isn’t that much different.
Where is there a launch ramp in Newburg NY?....is that a Hudson river location?........was thinking of Hudson river launch for my 35'........great custom build on your SB!
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