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Another safe power boater joins the New York waters

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I just purchased a 30' sea ray and cannot figure out how it works. I would love to invite someone out for a ride and get some advise on how all the buttons work. Pick a nice afternoon and we set sail off the liberty landing moorings.

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Re: Another safe power boater joins the New York waters

At least he/she knows what he/she doesn't know and is asking for help?

I don't know that I'd advertise it on craigslist, but, to each their own.
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Re: Another safe power boater joins the New York waters

How did you find my ad?
Can you come down and help me?

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Re: Another safe power boater joins the New York waters

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Boat user (Battery Park)

I just purchased a 30' sea ray and cannot figure out how it works. I would love to invite someone out for a ride and get some advise on how all the buttons work. Pick a nice afternoon and we set sail off the liberty landing moorings.

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Re: Another safe power boater joins the New York waters

Sounds like a pick-up line to me.
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