Sea Ray SLX 350 Outboard bowrider

Yaj Yak

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$350k with base everything no options ***
 

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That needs to be 42' with a mid cabin. The want is strong.
 

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24 times heavier than my boat , yet 15 mph faster top speed :D . That's $140k in motors . The weight of two Verado 400r motors weigh more than my boat :eek3:
What do u have a fishing boat?
 

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If I'm spending 350K on a boat, it's going to be on one of these.



350k, i ain't going anywhere near a fountain.

They're not a bad boat, just so much better exotic stuff for that dollar. Outerlimits, MTI, skater.

fountain is pretty much the corvette of boats. They're cool, but you're still in the same car as my grandpa.
 

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Seems kind of pricey for a bow rider, doesn't it?
dude, it's a 40' boat with quad outboards, it's a formula, still has a cabin with two beds a galley and shitter. It's more well suited for how most people are using boats in this size range. A day boat that you can spend a weekend on. Id rather have the outdoor space and seating in a heartbeat over a deck and slightly less cramped cabin im not going to do anything but sleep in and pile beach towels on the bed.

Go price a center console that has quads in the same length and half as many useful features.
 

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i see you've got this [MENTION=111]OffshoreDrilling[/MENTION]
 

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This is the way of the future.
 

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This is the way of the future.
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boats are so far behind the curve on technology and innovation. It's so slow to adapt because economies of scale. Look how long carbs were on boats, it's crazy. They also have such a long useable lifespan compared to a car and the way they're used.
 

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i'd almost bet there are still new carb'd boats. somewhere.
 

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performance stuff, absolutely. besides the OEM drop in power plant options, i think most builders are still on the carb thing.
 

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everyone, when it's cold, raining, or you don't want to get wet.
 

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Who needs the bathroom when you have a lake or an ocean?
Id take a dump in my boat toilet before the lake in a emergency.

A lot of girls won't pee in the water either.
 

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