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Buellrunner posted 04-10-2008 04:27 PM ET (US)   Profile for Buellrunner   Send Email to Buellrunner  
hey guys....Im looking for some direction here:

After carefully looking at what I would like to do with my next boat, I have come to the conclusion that perhaps I would like to be able to sleep in it :) You know, like an overnight at a slip, over the weekend with my wife...I would also like to be able to fish with the boat....cruise the rivers and lakes...and maybe even tow her to do some ocean boating (which I have never experienced)....

Thing is, with gas prices headed even father into the sky, I don't want to be setting myself up for a huge operating expense. I also don't want to spend 50,000.00 on my boat either.

Is the Revenge the smallest and lightest Whaler equipped for an overnight? I realize that you can get a cover for the front of the Montauk's, but I dont think sleeping there would be comfortable enough to enjoy...

Are there any other brands that I should be considering? I was really hoping to get my first Whaler, but more important than the brand, is the ability to do everything I love to do.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions...

Jack

Buellrunner posted 04-10-2008 05:06 PM ET (US)     Profile for Buellrunner  Send Email to Buellrunner     
Sorry guys, I posted in the wrong Forum.

Jim, can you please delete this posting? I reposted in the Main Forum.

cheers,

Jack

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