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Old 23 August 2013, 16:21   #91
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Thanks, YNP we are really proud of her! Looking fwd to getting it in the water and running it. will keep you posted.
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Old 26 August 2013, 19:21   #92
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@ynp you can call her "New car". My friend called his boat "Kitchen Remodel" cause that's what the wife gave up. But then she still got the kitchen eventually so he had to rename her.

Remember it's not a hurricane, it's Willard bones.

@Ryan I've been asked a few times whether given the chance to do it again would I choose Outboards over Diesel. I'm curious and probably there are some threads in this but you seem to have settled in outboards for your business. Reasoning?

I'm not running a business and so far I'm bonding with the Diesel, although I've really had to work hard to educate myself.
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Old 26 August 2013, 22:00   #93
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@ynp you can call her "New car". My friend called his boat "Kitchen Remodel" cause that's what the wife gave up. But then she still got the kitchen eventually so he had to rename her.

Remember it's not a hurricane, it's Willard bones.

@Ryan I've been asked a few times whether given the chance to do it again would I choose Outboards over Diesel. I'm curious and probably there are some threads in this but you seem to have settled in outboards for your business. Reasoning?

I'm not running a business and so far I'm bonding with the Diesel, although I've really had to work hard to educate myself.
I have chosen outboards due to the depth of water we operate in. I have been playing with the thought of building a 24' Diesel.
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Very interesting battery box you have built. Is looks much better than the h753 with the ICE and the batteries aft at the transom I saw before. :-)

The electronics set with the VesselView is impressive.
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Old 28 September 2013, 14:44   #100
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The battereys box is an option from shockwave. But their is no connection from box to console. So we installed the rigging chase.
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