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mickeydd Posted - Aug 04 2010 : 19:38:02
Hey All I know this is Cruisers but, Theres no Chris craft

I just have a quick question. I'm looking at a 41' Chris Craft in Clearwater. My question is,is there any easy way to get her to the east coast? I'm not familiar with Flordia. Is it there any inland water way from Clearwater to the east coast I guess my question is?

Tks for any help from any one
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mickeydd Posted - Aug 07 2010 : 21:15:30
Tks 32, I'll give him a call first of the week woods. Planeing on a 41 footer....gezzzzzzzzzzzzzzs. No fear of that on this end.
Whats the big hurry, where is everyone going no wheres too??
Woodsong Posted - Aug 05 2010 : 23:06:49
Call the broker and talk to him- seemed to be a straight shooter and very upfront about the boat's condition. Could be a good deal- great boat- engines on this particular one, from what i have heard, run fine at hull speed but overheat when going on plane.

cmariner32 Posted - Aug 05 2010 : 23:03:28
The only shortcut to the east coast is the Oceechobee waterway from southwest Florida to Stuart.
mickeydd Posted - Aug 05 2010 : 18:45:01
Tks all.........and yea Woodsong, it does have twin volvos. I'm just doing the reseach on volvos now. That must be the little mechanical issue the ads says. Thats probably why their having a hard time moving it.
Woodsong Posted - Aug 04 2010 : 22:09:46
you looking at the one powered with twin volvos that overheat? I looked at that boat myself!

dancerscap Posted - Aug 04 2010 : 21:23:13
There is a way, but I've not done it. So, I'll just say file this on the S. Fl. Forum and someone there, will give all you need to know. I'm sure of it.

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