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    Very nice. That will treat you well. Just in time for the fall blitz when everything lifted up.

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    Now you will be able to see some of these coming up over ocean. Puts a touch different glow on the skyline. Tussle with a bunch of sharks this morning over there. Got some nice steaks for the grill tomorrowA New Woman?Name:  20190817_061426.jpeg
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeaRay View Post
    You probably know the Mariner was a short lived marriage between Mercury and Yamaha. Nothing wrong with that and Yamaha bought out the Mariner brand when they split up. Just a heads up that some parts were Mercury and some Yamaha so once you figure out which is which you have two sources for parts. I bought a 55 HP 2 cylinder Yamaha and was puzzled as to why all the 40s and 50s were 3 cylinder and this had 2. Turns out it was a left over Mariner that was re-branded and sold under the Yamaha cover.
    Never had a parts issue because it ran like a scalded dog and never gave me a minute's trouble. In retrospect I wish I had kept that boat.
    This one is a four cylinder but has Yamaha fuel fittings. I have a good mercury mechanic close by whoís going to go over it before I get real excited about things. The seller agreed to help share the cost of anything serious was found and this is much different than most of what Iíve owned so far. It also came with a repair manual so Iím not completely in the dark. I wasnít looking for a powerhouse but something dependable and light weight. If this is in good shape Iíll keep it for a good while. After ten years with the other woman, and seven years with the one before that, you can see Iím not a boat hopper.
    We are all just passing by,
    And occupy our chair for but a short while
    Those we get to sit with are Gods gift
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    Best of luck with the purchase Tim, this will be like riding a bike for you with the new"salt" options, as I know this isn't your 1st rodeo...more experiences, passions, & the best that Florida can offer is at your reach, you won't lose that speck itch though, but rather find more areas that need a scratch, which in the fishing world, is a good problem to have.... as far as maintenance, non-eth/ non-eth/ non-eth & she'll treat you right, now it's time to slime
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    Very nice!
    Iím partial to a center console.
    Now I get to look forward to both salt and fresh water reports


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    Nice!
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    Congrats Tim, here's hoping for many wonderful memories and stories to boot!

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    Congrats on the new to you ride Tim. I can't wait 'til the day when I can make my own announcement of a new boat and getting back on the water again.
    We'll be looking forward to hearing more salt and freshwater reports as you widen your horizons and your adventures.
    "Just Like Iron Sharpens Iron... So it is that One Man Sharpens Another Man." Proverbs 27:17
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    Congrats on the new boat. The Carolina Skiff is a good boat. All composite no wood construction. The floor is completely foam filled, a little rough on the chop like all flat bottom skiffs. But a solid boat .. Hope you enjoy countless hours on the water. A New Woman?

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    Congratulations! Sounds like you picked her up from a decent guy. She looks lucky to me.

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