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Re: Wonder if this is what Camaraderie bought

Ok so how long until some Joker tries to circumnavigate in one of these?
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Re: Wonder if this is what Camaraderie bought

There's already two threads asking if this is a good first boat.

Now what do you think is the best anchor for one of these?
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Re: Wonder if this is what Camaraderie bought

Actually, there's no slip it will fit in where he's at, so Cam passed on it.
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Re: Wonder if this is what Camaraderie bought

Is that a "boat" or a "yacht"
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Re: Wonder if this is what Camaraderie bought

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There's already two threads asking if this is a good first boat.

Now what do you think is the best anchor for one of these?
Best anchor is probably the "Manson Buss."
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Re: Wonder if this is what Camaraderie bought

I like the Boaterhome better. Saw one of these at Watkins Glen back in the early 90s during my auto racing years.

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Wow, what a great way to save on Bridge tolls!!!!
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Re: Wonder if this is what Camaraderie bought

Not much room on the stern to install all the BBQ grills some people need. I thought that Cam was more sophisticated and required popouts with amas on both sides!

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Re: Wonder if this is what Camaraderie bought

" is not intended for ocean use "

I don't even want to imagine that.
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