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 Post subject: A Little Dinghy
PostPosted: Thu May 10, 2018 4:33 pm 
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Location: Eatonton, Ga
You may think I’m a little dinghy but I’m of the opinion that any Captain worth his salt should always be on the lookout for a bargain. Especially if said Captain is known for sailing the high seas of Crooked Creek and sailing about on the Sea of Sinclair.

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Well Ship Ahoy Mate! I ran across this little 13 foot jewel recently and the price was just right! It needs a little work on the transom and the seats need to be beefed up a tad, but I can assure you it was a bargain!

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You will be hearing more about this fine craft soon but in the meantime, I’ve dropped it off in the skillful hands of a real estate selling, chicken raising, master craftsman friend of mine. Stay tuned because you will be hearing more about this variegated vessel in the days ahead!

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BTW, when I told Maximus Relaximus that we had a new boat he was speechless!!

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 Post subject: Re: A Little Dinghy
PostPosted: Thu May 10, 2018 10:05 pm 
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Location: Neptune Beach, FL
Horace.....Isn't that THREE canoe type boats in your private marina now???

Is the person fixing up this one for you the same guy who did the Carp Shark several years ago...whoever that was did a great restoration on her!!
Take care.....John


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 Post subject: Re: A Little Dinghy
PostPosted: Thu May 10, 2018 10:20 pm 
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Three indeed. This is what I got today for $100

Indian River Otter 12 ft

http://www.indianrivercanoes.com/otter.htm

600 lb capacity

“Tunnel” Hull

39” Beam

http://www.indianrivercanoes.com/specs.htm

Weighs 70 lbs

The price was right

John: Different town, different guy.

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