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Old 02 October 2015, 20:34   #11
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Opinions on JP Marine?

Beware of JP Marine or JC Marine boats
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Old 02 October 2015, 21:50   #12
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Ok, that's NOT good...
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Old 02 October 2015, 21:56   #13
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Hey it was nice meeting you. Those look like nice boats. They used to be "JP Marine" not too long ago. There should be a few threads on this forum about them as a few members here bought their Sibs. If you do drive down there, let us know what you see!

Justin, is that you?? It was nice meeting you, too. Let's keep in touch!
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Yes!
If you decide to go down south for a ride on the Inmar, maybe check out RIB4SALE.COM's 550 and ncp's Searider 5.4. Both should outlast any new rib.
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Old 03 October 2015, 00:01   #15
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Thanks so much!

I've just tried rib4sale.com and the website appears to be out of commission. Could you give me a link to the searider 5.4, I tried googling ncp and came out empty...
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Sorry I should have clarified! Those are other forum members.

2007 Zodiac SRMN 550 with EFI four stroke


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Available Avon 5earider 5.4m - Southern California
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The second link takes me to the first one, the Zodiac... Sorry, can you resend? Thanks!!
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Ok I think I fixed it, try it now!
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Ok I think I fixed it, try it now!
Thanks!

So the first one, the 07 is a bit out of my range. I would have gotten yours if I had that cash available. About 13k is the most I can come up with right now. The reason I was looking at a new Inmar was the ability to finance the rest.

About the Searider: do you think that given its age, it would still be worth buying? Keeping in mind that I would be using it much like you, in the open ocean, where safety is a big concern? Those tubes appear to have lots of patches...
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About the Searider: do you think that given its age, it would still be worth buying? Keeping in mind that I would be using it much like you, in the open ocean, where safety is a big concern? Those tubes appear to have lots of patches...
Patches? There's only one there that I can think of.

They are the original hypalon but they were well made.
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