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Old 17 August 2008, 16:25   #1
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I can think of a couple, so go on what did you buy?

There's more than 1 manuf in the world, and more than 1 supplier in the world

What did I buy? Ended up with a Sealine for the weekends away and a brand new Ceasar Thundercat for pigging about in the end, but why the off-topicness? Nosy git aint ya

Going to ring Icom in the morning, didn't get a change on Friday. If they tell me 'Tough Sh1t' then lesson learned, i'll buy electronics with a warranty in the future
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Old 17 August 2008, 18:41   #2
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There's more than 1 manuf in the world, and more than 1 supplier in the world

What did I buy? Ended up with a Sealine for the weekends away and a brand new Ceasar Thundercat for pigging about in the end, but why the off-topicness? Nosy git aint ya

Going to ring Icom in the morning, didn't get a change on Friday. If they tell me 'Tough Sh1t' then lesson learned, i'll buy electronics with a warranty in the future
Being even nosier, are you a student lottery winner or are they actually your Dad's boats?
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Old 17 August 2008, 19:01   #3
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.. Ended up with a Sealine ..
Which Sealine did you get?
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Old 19 August 2008, 13:06   #5
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Isn't that what student loans are for?
Being even nosier, I'd be interested to know the answer too!
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Isn't that what student loans are for?
Didn't see Mollers post, he's been on my ignore list for about a year now. Personally don't believe in loans for luxuries, thankfully never bought anything on credit - whats mine is my own.

But to keep Mollers happy let's just say I rob old grannies of their purses to pay for my toys, he'll get a good kick out of that
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Which Sealine did you get?
A white one

If I want people to know every detail about me, i'll post it

She has a KAD32 which i've had in my last boat. I learned quite a bit about them when I first bought a boat with one back in 2007. I like the KAD's so stuck with them for the time being. Next boat will prob be an EDC for power/year, personally would prefer the simple mechanics of the non EDC's but might not have a choice
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Didn't see Mollers post,
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But to keep Mollers happy let's just say I rob old grannies of their purses to pay for my toys, he'll get a good kick out of that
He most certainly will not!

A Sealine with a single KAD will be a S23 or 24 depending on age. Anything bigger usually has a pair unless it needs to be trailered. Nice boat, miles ahead of the bargain basement Lema which our well heeled student friend had previously. Sealine were at the cheaper end of the cruiser market, but since being bought by Brunswick a few years back, they've caught up with their stablemates Searay.
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