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Is this a trick question?

Stef,

Guys are really easy. Simply tell him how romantic anchoring in some secluded cove would be. And how you find a man at the helm to be manly and . . . attractive. Let his imagination do the convincing. Then when he's hooked, and he will be, he'll thank you all the more as he's heading off to Worst Marine for some other overpriced gadget.

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Don, I thought so too. Her guy is into boats already, just not the kind that run on free energy.
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Adam,

I just came back to Edmonds from Bellevue, ie east side of lk washington with a friend delivering my boat for a race. He claims to have come from Rosario to Edmonds in an hour. The boat mentioned above is cruising at 20, top speed is about 50 mph. It is in a nut shell, a really nice Cigerette style boat, it does get up and move!

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