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    Here is a Link to Cascobayboatblog....awesome and up to date I have always found tons of interesting stuff on this blog site. I am sure there is stuff that members of the forum will enjoy. It is chock full of info and anyone who loves boats will love checking this out.
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    My Sea Ray sundancer

    This is my 1986 sundancer 270 w/ twin mercruiser 170 I/O's, all new upholstery in 09, complete engine major in '05, GPS, 2 fishfinders, VHF, waypointer, Ray Jeff detectors full galley sleeps 4 comfortably...and it's bought and paid for...which is the best part. Cruise around 25-28knots top is...
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    Not a sea ray but a beauty!!!

    This is "Rooster" a 31 foot cold molded classic replica built by Hodgdon Yachts in Boothbay, Maine. The boat has twin Volvo 6cyl desiels with aronson drives top end is 80 knots. The name rooster is derived from the 45 foot rooster tail this boat throws up during a run.
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    boating at my core

    Long time to this forum. I live in one of the most interesting boating areas in the world...Maine. It is so connected to boating and every aspect of boating it warms my soul. I began boating 47 years ago with a 1949 5h.p. johnson on a skiff. Now I have a 270 sundancer, have fishing...
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    Maine boatbuilders show

    The 2010 Maine boatbuilders show is March 19, 20, & 21. It is a show that I attend every year and hands down it is the best boat show I have ever attended. It is held at Portland Yacht Services in an old waterfront, former "locomotive shop" It takes more than a day to visit all the exhibits...
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    Sea Ray forum

    How about adding a forum for Sea Ray boat owners. We know there are other web forums for Sea Ray owners... but my experience is if you do not have the latest are a "retread" boater. I am sure it would attract many of the vintage owners like myself.