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wow really nice better thenmy 27' i love the steering wheel and the inside
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Re: Watkins 27 Second First Boat

Well, it definitely needs some work. There are a few places on the deck that need new gelcoat and running lights don't work, but everything is pretty solid.
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Re: Watkins 27 Second First Boat

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wow really nice better thenmy 27' i love the steering wheel and the inside
Don't be dissin' your boat. She can hear you!

A tiller is better on a boat your size, trust me. I'm 30' and 8500lbs and I have a tiller. If I bought a Catalina 30, that's 10,000lbs. and I'd still have a tiller.
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I'd take that boat for $1500. The only reason I bought a smaller boat was so I could trailer it.
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