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gnusailor 09-25-2012 07:11 PM

OK, I'll try again :-S
 
There are 2 reasons I am posting this!...
1st is this is my 15th post so I should be able to PM a member that said to conact him....
2nd.... hmmm cant remember.... oh yeah, I am going to look a a Chrysler Mutineer on Thursday. Any suggestions as to what I need to look for will be greatly appreciated.

Sumner10 09-25-2012 07:48 PM

Re: OK, I'll try again :-S
 
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Originally Posted by gnusailor (Post 926594)
There are 2 reasons I am posting this!...
1st is this is my 15th post so I should be able to PM a member that said to conact him....
2nd.... hmmm cant remember.... oh yeah, I am going to look a a Chrysler Mutineer on Thursday. Any suggestions as to what I need to look for will be greatly appreciated.

Can't help with info on the Chrysler but have fun looking.

The other reason I posted is that the same thing happened to me when I was first on the board. I got a PM, but couldn't respond for a while until the 15th post also. Maybe the powers that be might look at that and if a person can't respond maybe don't let others submit an e-mail to them.

I was hoping that the guy that sent me the e-mail didn't think I was a jerk for not responding,

Sum

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Sal Paradise 09-25-2012 09:03 PM

Re: OK, I'll try again :-S
 
I hear the Mutineer is a bit of a handfull and not very stable.

Marcel D 09-26-2012 12:06 AM

Re: OK, I'll try again :-S
 
Run away and dont buy a us yachts as well they built by bayliner, if you want a true power boat buy a mcgreggor.

overbored 09-26-2012 02:44 AM

Re: OK, I'll try again :-S
 
If you are talking about the 15' mutineer they are a bit cheaply built, cheap light weight hardware, average sailing boat and they are fun to sail when things don't break.

LakePirate 09-26-2012 07:24 AM

Re: OK, I'll try again :-S
 
I had a 15 ft mutineer several years ago. It was a fun boat to sail and fairly easy to trailer. The hardest part was connecting the forestry. I had to scoot up into the bow to latch it down. A big guy could not fit in there. The other problem I had with it was there was no place to put an outboard and the boat is too big to row if the wind stops. It happened to me several times that we would be out sailing, the wind gave up and we sat in the sun cooking. The last time was when I decided I had to have a boat with a motor.

rwlpatrick 09-26-2012 09:14 AM

Re: OK, I'll try again :-S
 
[quote=sumner10;926605]can't help with info on the chrysler but have fun looking.

The other reason i posted is that the same thing happened to me when i was first on the board. I got a pm, but couldn't respond for a while until the 15th post also. Maybe the powers that be might look at that and if a person can't respond maybe don't let others submit an e-mail to them.

I was hoping that the guy that sent me the e-mail didn't think i was a jerk for not responding,

sum

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