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Old 04-27-2013
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Re: Fat Boat update

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Originally Posted by miatapaul View Post
I am not a power boater (well it has been 20 years or so) why would you need a stern thruster on a twin screw boat? I could see a bow thruster, but seems you should be able to just about spin in place with twin screws. I must admit the last powerboat I had was a house boat (40 foot steel) and even with twin screws it was never fun to maneuver in the marina. I just waited till friends with express cruisers were going out. Saved on fuel as well!

In a breeze, even twin screws don't help with this floating condo.
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