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    keystone point north miami
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    boating, watching the Giants win another super bowl,and travelling.

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  1. I live in N.Miami We left town and headed to Brandon about 10 miles east of Tampa. So the storm changes direction. We leave Brandon and head to Orlando to stay with friends, this worked out ok. We came home Wed and the condo was dry( I live half a block from the ICW). The boat was still in its rack. We had no power, so we grabbed a flight to Illinois to visit the grandkids. We got back yesterday, I cleaned the boat up today and tomorrow we cruise!
  2. ???Huh? So it's not just me
  3. jeff sorry to hike this thread. we have left brandon and are now with friends in orlando. it actually looks like will not be as bad as once thought. maybe i will have a boat when i finally get home. to all floridians be safe!
  4. I have lost ridiculous amounts of money trading up for newer boats.... and I am a financial consultant. i was speaking to a group of advisors years ago and one told me i was a fool. i then opened a file and showed him dozens of pictures of my grandaughter having the time of her life on the boat. this doesnt even take into account my wife and I taking annual boatrips. so i asked him to calculate the rate of return on the quality of my lifeowning a boat. its not always about the money. enjoy.. i need to continue hurricane prep
  5. If his 13 year old boat has less than 100 hrs? Like i said whatever makes you happy....if you are looking for a rational decision....probably would never have bought a boat. I
  6. As far as seems you are a bit taller than myself. What's good for me may not be for you. I would not trade my rear lounger that turns into a sunpad! If your wife aint happy.....I would go with that! There are plenty of boats out there to look at
  7. I have owned vp power since 2004 never had either one of those problems.
  8. If you have 4 adults that is most likely how you will sit. A viewpoint that doesnt do it justice......what does that mean?
  9. Tell me about it...been in that business for 30 years. My only risk is deductibles...financially that is.
  10. Duct tape all over,closed all sea cocks, removed cushions and top. Took all personal stuff off the boat. In reality....if we have 150 mph winds whatever I did wont mean s##t!
  11. Its still a 13 year old boat...but if it makes you happy,go for it
  12. I have good visibility sitting, only 5'7" but I stand most of the time using the seat as support.
  13. well this morning I prepped the boat for the storm. I am headed to boca to give my sister and brother in law a hand
  14. I dont miss it at all. I have the rear seat that fold down into a lounger. I had the previous version with the portseating and like this much more
  15. Thats a big expense on a 13 year old boat