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Columbia 9.6

I''d like to hear from anyone with experience with a Columbia 9.6 (31.5''). What did you think about it?
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Love My Columbia

I own a Columbia 9.6 and love the boat. The interior is a bit spartan, but a wonderful cruiser. Once you learn to balance the boat properly, it's a solid stable platform. At the current price of these boats, they are a bargain for DIY types.
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I doubt she much cares at this point, since the post you're replying to is almost EIGHT YEARS OLD. Please check the dates before replying to a post.
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Humm,
I care, I am looking to buy one. I would like to know this info as well!
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columbia 9.6

The subject, not the author, is what I alway search, and yes, it's alway important.
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