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best iv'e read yet!!!!!!!!!

Jeff.....man that was great........it's the first explanation of hull dynamics that i have read that i understand. i too am looking to buy a boat in the real close future...My wife Yvonne Wright grew up in Annapolis...100ton master...and im just learning....but i'm a quick study.... she told me to research for 6 months...and boy have I....I think i have boat over load.......LOL....but thanks....i will be on the look out for more info from you................ED
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