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Old 01-27-2002
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canm anyone suggest a good roll-up inflatable boat to be used with a 3 hp, and roll up easy in a small bag.
I have a 26 ft macgregor
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Ahoy ,rtiessens , I prefer the Pamela Anderson model as she floats most well in any direction I chose to board her. Mind you I ain''t quite up to the use of motorised equiptment like you but I''d love to ere how ye get on wit it? I have a 27'' English built yawl I took from the cold dead hands of the previous owner but I don''t see the connection ye speak of. AARRHH Big Red 56 the Pirate of Pine Island
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I have the smallest AVON inflatable with a 3hp. Rolls up in a bag about the size of a averge sailbag. I never use it. Interested?
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I too tried the Pamela Anderson inflatable, but I had to take it back to the store because it seemed like they''d sent me her brother. The salesman said, no problem you had it inside out!
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kcaj: If your Avon is inflatable floor, I''m interested. Don''t need o/b. How much and where are you located?
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I''d be interested in the dinghy and motor. Please let me know price and location (I am in Miami)
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