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Just noticed.

While working on swim platform, I would replace

Hex head screws

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with hex socked ones.

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Much safer for bare feet:)

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Just noticed.

While working on swim platform, I would replace

Hex head screws

Hex-Head-Bolt-DIN933-.jpg

with hex socked ones.

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Much safer for bare feet:)

Good idea.... I am a klutz....

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beautiful, jealous on many fronts - the boat and you get to take out Sat

Beautiful vessel, can't wait to see the swim platform pics...it's going to look GREAAAAAAAT!

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Nu-Teak 99.9% complete....(Just need to re-install the cleats on the Swim Grid and clean up...

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and in the Head....

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They have done and AMAZING job....

We pick her up and bring her home tomorrow !!!

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Enjoy your new boat! We love our 276 purchased in 06 it's a great boat. I just replaced the tv with a 26" wide screen and loving it. I will send a couple of pics! Happy boating.

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Enjoy your new boat! We love our 276 purchased in 06 it's a great boat. I just replaced the tv with a 26" wide screen and loving it. I will send a couple of pics! Happy boating.

Sweet... thats what the hubby wants to do - replace the TV... get a bigger one :)

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CJ - looks good as always. Appreciate you sharing your pics of your boat and journeys. I live thru yall when you post your pics! One area of the country I would love to visit.

Thanks and keep the pics rolling!

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I remember when you got 'er; love what you've done with her...

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CJ - looks good as always. Appreciate you sharing your pics of your boat and journeys. I live thru yall when you post your pics! One area of the country I would love to visit.

Thanks and keep the pics rolling!

Thanks SC....

We will post tons of photos again this year in the Regional Forums - Western Canada as we did last year !!!

Yes, I think you would LOVE BC...if you can ever swing it - Vancouver in the Summer is like no other....keep us in mind if you ever do...

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I remember when you got 'er; love what you've done with her...

Thanks Randy,

Yes !!! I'm just as excited this Spring as I was last when we 1st got her...

I'm hoping thats all the upgrades...for now... and just get out and enjoy her !!!

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Oh, I forgot... we did put the Tender's name on the tender....

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and put L'Atatude on the pontoon of the Tender (upside-down), so when its flipped up on the back of the boat... well... you get the idea...

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I'll post that pick once we have the Tender on !

:beer-7687-1:

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Had our new table dropped of by a friend who made us one out of Teak...

turned out BEAUTIFUL...

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tonight I stained the Chap logo so it would stand out...

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he did an AMAZING job...

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Guys yall have decked your boat out something NICE.

I would love to be on the receiving end in a few years when yall decide to feed the upcoming 2, 4, 6 foot-itis!!

Appreiciate all the pics.

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Hey everyone....

This past weekend we rolled over 300 hours!!!

We bought L'Atatude in November 2009 with 140 hours....and of course didn't splash her until March 2010 for the first time. Then she went into winter storage in early October 2010, and then back into use again in March 2011.

So, I'd say we had 7 months of boating in 2010 and so far 5 months of boating in 2011...for a total of 12 boating months.

160 hours in 12 months....13.33 hours per month. Seems pretty good to me :thsmilie_water_119-1:

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Hey everyone....

This past weekend we rolled over 300 hours!!!

We bought L'Atatude in November 2009 with 140 hours....and of course didn't splash her until March 2010 for the first time. Then she went into winter storage in early October 2010, and then back into use again in March 2011.

So, I'd say we had 7 months of boating in 2010 and so far 5 months of boating in 2011...for a total of 12 boating months.

160 hours in 12 months....13.33 hours per month. Seems pretty good to me :thsmilie_water_119-1:

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You make me feel better about putting close to 70 on in 3 months. Our boating season ends though in October :(

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So did some more modifications to L'Atatude this past week...

Some new speakers (replacements...not additional)...

Added some Beckson clips to hold the Weaver Stand-Off Bars...

Modified some brackets/clamps to mount on the sun lounger railing to attach the stand-off bars to.

Here are some photos...

Old Speaker Hole

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New JBL speaker installed...

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Up next ... Speakers on the stern ...

Out with the old, in with the new...

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Had to drill new holes. Old Sony speakers had a four screw pattern. New Infinity Speakers have a five screw pattern...

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More holes...

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And it's in...

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