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Denr... you need to stop displaying your lack of knowledge on these boats.
Not a go-around the world boat but give it a break, they'll work well for the stated purpose.
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Probably a new Bendytoy 31, that thing is sexy. Or if I want to cruise the opposite end of the spectrum, a used PSC 31.
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See, Denr gets crap for something he said 7 years ago. However, I don't think he has bought one yet!
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What would you buy for $100,000?
I'd spend 15K of it on a boat and buy property with the rest. In five years I'd sell the property for 175k and buy a slightly nicer boat.
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2500 shares of Bank of New York!! Then with the profits buy my boat for $195,000.
Hope the OP did not do this ...
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I'd spend 15K of it on a boat and buy property with the rest. In five years I'd sell the property for 175k and buy a slightly nicer boat.
Your going to have to wait a lot longer than five years to make over 100% profit on your house.
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Not much...The average around here is 8 years...

But you caNT BUY SQUAT FOR 75K EITHER...tHATS AN AVRAGE DOWN PAYMENT ANY MORE..

Oh Fiddelsticks this darn caps key...

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Not much...The average around here is 8 years...
In this market? Do you guys have oil wells in your basements?
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LOL...Well maybe I should have said "use too"...

Ya maybe it will be 80 now...good point...
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thank god i'm homeless and the boat is paid for. the poor bastards (casino dealers) i work with went on a spending spree when they were making 100k during the last 3 years. now theyre regretting buying that 3rd house, jaguar Mercedes etc. do i feel sorry for them?...did i just say something? i'll stick to my 30 yo boat and 10 yo 4x4
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