what kind of boat?Sorry to hear it.
I was being wooed buy the siren song of another boat (not a go-fast), so I'll let your experience help talk me out of it.
what size/engine/year. its hard to go wrong with a whaler.Boston Whaler
that boat would be perfect for fishing, tubing, and as a swim platform. You can fish on lake MI or in the shallowest inland lakes. don't let chads bad fortune steer you away from a gem like that.:thumb:98 Outrage 18 with a 135 Merc.
If you can afford to cruise around in a 38' tiara with twin 454's, you better be able to afford a nice rack for the old lady.:woot: come up to pentwater and bring the boat dave. you can tell the wife its a business trip, cause orgies are not cheating, they are business.Another nice thing about boaters are the racks that come with them......I swear 1/2 of the marina chicks have fake tits.
Also, if you ever want to nail a towny....hang at the marina bar friday night. Bitches would do anything to get on a boat for Saturday. Even my wife (who is A LOT nicer than I am) commented on that.
yes, its one of my favorites.:sonicjay:Stevo can I use this quote in my book?
:sonicjay::sonicjay::sonicjay::sonicjay::sonicjay::sonicjay::sonicjay: oh my god thats too much.24 Magnum with a pretty run-of-the-mill 370 Merc / TRS drive. Kiekhaefer tabs, Gaffrig controls. I didn't have a GPS then, but the speedo saw upper 60s several times - I suspect it may have been a little low. Name when I bought it was "Screamin Seaman", changed to "unnamed".
Main prop was a baloney cutter of unknown pitch.