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  1. #426
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    Oh it's badass all right. There's a slide show here: http://www.dixonsmarine.com/yacht-sportfishing.php click on Salt Shaker down on the left.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    Oh it's badass all right. There's a slide show here: http://www.dixonsmarine.com/yacht-sportfishing.php click on Salt Shaker down on the left.
    That link shows a pic of the Tuna Tangler. Nice boat but the guy that's runs it is a general jackass. Lob some lead his way if you see em.

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    The host at the golf league Christmas party was telling me about the new boat that he and his 2 partners were about to close on.

    72' Princess. Porn?

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    A few people feel the rain. Most people just get wet.

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    wasn't sure if this belonged in a car thread or not...

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    Merde De Glace On the Freak When Ski
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    I was offered a job at Hinckley about 25 years ago but remembered how crappy the winters were in Maine and didn't take it. Just as impressive as the Hinckley yard was the yard at Robinhood Marine in Georgetown (near Bath), they have the oldest operational railway in the country and was told during my interview that the only thing they don't produce for their boats is the raw fiberglass, paint, and prop shafts. They have a complete lumber mill, foundry, and paint shop, raw logs go in one end and complete boats out the other. Didn't take that job either for the same reason as the Hinckley job, Maine has great summers but mud season is way too long.
    https://www.robinhoodmarinecenter.co...rina-services/

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    For a short Time when I moved to South Jersey, I worked as a Finish Electrician for Viking Yacht Company.
    I saw every nook and cranny of some very nice Sport Fishing Boats. Also go to go out on a couple while they put them through their paces, doing shit the owners would never do.
    https://www.vikingyachts.com/main/Main.asp
    Own your fail. ~Jer~

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    I worked for a place that sold Apache, Formula, Chris Craft, Mako, and Egg Harbor boats and we were told during a sea trial to do anything you think the owner would do with the boats, CC Amerosports would break rudder supports, and Formula 311's liked to break the swim platforms off.

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