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GripB

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Posted - Aug 31 2013 :  06:45:21  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi All,

We recently relocated to Florida from PA. We sold our 35' Cruisers Yachts Express that we slipped on the Chesapeake Bay, but held onto my 15' Boston Whaler SS (which is for sale BTW).

I want to get more involved in fishing, primarily coastal with short distance runs out. I also want to have a cabin with the capability to overnight with the family. So I'm considering early-mid 2000's 30' walkarounds. A genny, fridge, A/C and microwave are important. Planning on storing it in a Hi-n-Dri on the Gulf Coast.

I've looked at Pursuit, Proline, Grady White, Boston Whaler, but keep coming back to a 290 Coastal.

Anything I need to know, avoid, etc. regarding this model? Example: I've read both positive and negative thoughts on the Yamaha 225's hung on this model :504_shrugging:

Thanks in advance for your time/info.

Greg
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2003 Cruisers Yachts 3372 (sold)
"More Lee'Sure Time"
2011 Boston Whaler 150 SS
"Just 4 Fun"

Homeport: Lakeland, FL
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