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  1. #11
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    Couple more pics:
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    So many boats...so little time.

  2. #12
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    Last ones courtesy of Hotboat!
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    So many boats...so little time.

  3. #13
    Very nice boats!!!

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by Dg14366 View Post
    Very nice boats!!!
    Agreed.

    Welcome to the site Dg14366!

    Why the 14366?

  5. #15
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    2012
    36' Concept CC
    (2) 300hp Mercury Verados
    All Composite Hull (non stepped)
    Garmin 5312 w/3d Radar,Sonar & GPS
    VHF Radio
    JL Audio Sound System
    Go Light
    LED's underwater & above
    200gal Fuel Cap.
    Live Well 1/4 Scoop (usually full of CL empty's)
    Head w/Macerator :{] (you just never know when you need one)
    (6) Fish Boxes
    Cruises at 50 and tops out at 63mph at 3-4mpg depending on conditions.
    This Boats ride is Amazing, it can handle just about any water, and yes I did stuff the nose in 8'+ Seas with 20+knot winds Click image for larger version. 

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    Last edited by Adrift; 10-09-2013 at 09:42 PM.
    21' RC
    28' Magic Deck
    36' Concept
    19' 1966 "Wood Deck" Sanger

  6. #16
    Wendi
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    Wow really nice boats guys!!!

  7. #17
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    That is an awesome looking concept! Congrats, I like the color scheme and design, it accents the lines of the boat.
    So many boats...so little time.

  8. #18
    Senior Member 314joey's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrift View Post
    2012
    36' Concept CC
    (2) 300hp Mercury Verados
    All Composite Hull (non stepped)
    Garmin 5312 w/3d Radar,Sonar & GPS
    VHF Radio
    JL Audio Sound System
    Go Light
    LED's underwater & above
    200gal Fuel Cap.
    Live Well 1/4 Scoop (usually full of CL empty's)
    Head w/Macerator :{] (you just never know when you need one)
    (6) Fish Boxes
    Cruises at 50 and tops out at 63mph at 3-4mpg depending on conditions.
    This Boats ride is Amazing, it can handle just about any water, and yes I did stuff the nose in 8'+ Seas with 20+knot winds :yikes]]
    Nice looking CC, I'm looking at those and the Renegades, both nice boats.

  9. #19
    Senior Member riverrunner1984's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrift View Post
    2012
    36' Concept CC
    (2) 300hp Mercury Verados
    All Composite Hull (non stepped)
    Garmin 5312 w/3d Radar,Sonar & GPS
    VHF Radio
    JL Audio Sound System
    Go Light
    LED's underwater & above
    200gal Fuel Cap.
    Live Well 1/4 Scoop (usually full of CL empty's)
    Head w/Macerator :{] (you just never know when you need one)
    (6) Fish Boxes
    Cruises at 50 and tops out at 63mph at 3-4mpg depending on conditions.
    This Boats ride is Amazing, it can handle just about any water, and yes I did stuff the nose in 8'+ Seas with 20+knot winds Click image for larger version. 

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    Looks great! I bet you can get to the tuna grounds in no time with that set up!

  10. #20
    Wendi
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    Come on guys need 6 more entries!!!

 

 

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