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Old 02 April 2006, 18:29   #11
Country: USA
Boat name: The Boot
Make: Avon SR5.4
Length: 5m +
Engine: Suzuki DF70
Join Date: Aug 2005
Posts: 270
Whoa...! You could do it but I think thats a bit of a boat for beach launching at Gaviota. Its a bit of work to launch my 10' inflatable with an 8hp, boards, and food etc. I couldn't imagine doing it with my sr4. I think if you take into account, gas, motor, boat, boards, extras. You'd be damn wasted after surfing to load that thing onto a trailer in the sand and then drag it up the beach. Launching might be doable but getting it back on and up the beach is another deal. I personally use the hoist if I use the sr4 but a 10' inflatable works fine.

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Old 02 April 2006, 23:16   #12
Country: USA
Town: Rhode Island
Make: avon
Length: 6m +
Engine: 90hp merc
Join Date: Mar 2006
Posts: 277
thanks for the response, Im in prov. RI I will post some pics soon, I have been away for the weekend and am waiting to start to get the boat the way I want it. Im looking for some good ideas for getting a lightbar, or ski tow bar for the rear. while allowing for some seating. I would love to see any pics of other seariders. Especialy the interior setups. Thanks and will post again soon with pics

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