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New Boat to dive from

Discussion in 'Basic Scuba Discussions' started by RRDAVE, Jun 29, 2002.

  1. RRDAVE

    RRDAVE Dive Charter

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    Location: West Palm Beach, Florida
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    brendanrtw, good eye! I don't tink most people would see that little dog back there (he's not mine he belongs to former owner)
     
  2. Rooster1

    Rooster1 Loggerhead Turtle

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    first off congrats on your new vessel but what is missing is ME in it:D
     
  3. DEEP SEA

    DEEP SEA Nassau Grouper

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    RRDAVE, nice boat but be careful. I started out with a 20' Seaswirl then moved on to a 24' Skipjack with fly bridge then on to a full blown dive boat. I bought a Newton 36' Dive Special. Funny thing is I typically go diving with about 3 to 4 guys and the boat was built for 22 divers with gear....

    Open invite to anyone in the S.Cal area.:snorkel:
     
  4. art.chick

    art.chick Manta Ray

    # of Dives: 100 - 199
    Location: Hollywood, USA
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    was that picture taken at the Channel ISlands? Nice craft!
     
  5. RRDAVE

    RRDAVE Dive Charter

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    art.chick, No that pic comes from the former owners driveway in Jax. Fl. Deep-sea, I know what you mean we sold a great little 17' keywest cc. to get this one. I think back to when we bought the keywest and the salesman told use that we would be getting a larger boat in aprx. 2 years, we lafed thinking there was no way..... who's lafing now.... rrdave:jester:
     
  6. wannabe

    wannabe Nassau Grouper

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    Yes it strikes most of us that are boaters-- I have a 21 and am looking to go 24' maybe make the jump to 26' in the next year or so. I think the jumps slow down as you get bigger boats (I hope or I will never start saving enough to retire before I am old).

    Nice new toy just remember the two happiest days in a boat owners life-- the day you get it and the day you sell it.
     

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