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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 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...


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.



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