A few lil boats I saw in flahrida this past weekend

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this thing was fucking huge. like the pic does it no justice at all.
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Jesus the money. :eek3:
yeah that silver boat at the top pulled up to a restaurant we were at monday, for lunch, like i would pull up a waverunner... :rofl:

OH HEY DON'T MIND ME, JUST TAKING MY 80' PERSHING TO GET SOME HAMBURGS!
 

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You should've pirated one navigated back here and had tcg bash on newly aquired pirate ship
 

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you'd make it a few hundred miles then go broke attempting to fill it up
 

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Pretty sure that pershing has arneson surface drives that cost more than my house
 

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We see boats like this when we're eating oceanside. They pull up and most of them have the joystick steering. Motors crank sideways and they slip right in.
 

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We see boats like this when we're eating oceanside. They pull up and most of them have the joystick steering. Motors crank sideways and they slip right in.
anything with motors cranking sideways is typically a bit smaller than most of what ive posted.

the bigger stuff like i posted is typically going to be surface drives, or v-drives, or direct drives.... stuff that can't pivot sideways.


the joystick docking will couple the engines & thrusters into unison to make the boat dance wherever necessary.

pod drives- which is what i assume you're talkin' bout crankin' sideways, isn't the norm for boats like i posted.
 

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I've seen pods on 50-60 foot boats but what he posted the smallest was probably 80 feet, with the right size thrusters though you can push a boat sideways pretty easy for docking
 

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I've seen pods on 50-60 foot boats but what he posted the smallest was probably 80 feet, with the right size thrusters though you can push a boat sideways pretty easy for docking
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I live in Port Charlotte which has Charlotte harbor. Only one deep channel but we get some multi millionaires showing up for lunch occasionally.

Granted, I think a 60' boat is pretty big, especially when an 80 y.o., his 50 y.o. hot wife and another couple are the only people on board.
 

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this was fort lauderdale area/intercoastal.

shit, i think a 30+ foot boat is big for the chain. :rofl:

big is so relative in boat-land.
 

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