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Old 07-09-2004, 06:51 PM
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Anyone want to share their opinions of the Key West 18'6" CC? I'd appreciate it.

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Old 07-10-2004, 01:04 PM
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Check out www.thehulltruth.com

Lots of great boating info over there for questions like this...
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Doc...
Besides the manditory Jimmy Buffet CD's...
You'll have to start wearing palm tree shirts and drinking fruity mango things made in a blender...(not a problem?!)

...Look for safe rod storage while under way and a place to store your stuff.
A T-top or bimini option makes a BIG difference on a sunny day...but that's just me...sissy boy...
Whatever...Ride before you buy!

The most cost effective measure is to have friends who have boats...gas money is cheaper than loan payments!
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Pete,

Fruity mango drinks from a blender are starting to sound pretty good...but I think that South Beach says they are a no-no. The shirts on the other hand I can happily do. Makes quite an impression at the office, let me tell you...

As far as the boat advice goes...I really want a clone of Phracas, pure and simple. "Tillthen, I will ALWAYS spring for gas and dinner.

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P.S.: The Key West got away...too riich for my blood right now.
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