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Old 03-16-2010, 10:07 PM
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hey guys

i recently purchased a 25ft seavee and have had a hard time finding pictures of these fine machines.

Post up yours

here is mine


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Old 03-17-2010, 06:22 PM
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am i really the only one with a 25 seavee
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Nice boat
Old 03-17-2010, 08:17 PM
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thanks Rival1

was looking to see if others had one to see how they have them set up but seems not many out there
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here is my see vee/rampone


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how do you plan to fix her up?
Old 03-18-2010, 06:26 AM
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Here is my 25" Inboard. She runs great through anything with the engine mounted low mid in the bilge. Great fuel economy. Shes also for sale due to a recent hip replacement.

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not the best pics.
Old 03-18-2010, 12:57 PM
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nice rig GT what power do you have on her and what speed do you get out of it?

Todd sorry to hear about having to sell yours good luck on the sale, i am sure that inboard saves you lots of gas/ diesel?
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nice rig GT what power do you have on her and what speed do you get out of it?

Todd sorry to hear about having to sell yours good luck on the sale, i am sure that inboard saves you lots of gas/ diesel?
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I have a 2006 F250 Yam on it. Its a 1998 hull. I have a bracket. I get around 44-45 mph out of it. I just had the engine lifted (moved to the highest hole) so I am still playing with props. But I dont think that I will see any more than that.

What year is yours?
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Nice looking seavee's guys.
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thanks meii

GT my hull and engine are 98 its a yami 250 same speed more or less
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I just listed a 26SV and it is in the Commercial Classifieds Section.
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ah man very nice vees guys

are the fish boxes in the back well insulated?
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I only use the ones in the back for storage. I use the main fishbox in the front with a fish bag.
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im going to take the boat out this weekend for the first time since i got it and want to try out the ones in the back,,, hope the miami head does not melt the ice to fast in them

it would be great to have have to lug around a cooler anymore
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the problem with the rear fish boxes (or the front one for that matter) is that they are quite large. the rear ones are almost 6 ft long. it takes a lot of ice to fill them up. my experience is that if the box is not filled with ice that the ice will melt quickly.

i usually use a soft sided cooler bag that i place inside a rear fish box. it holds ice well and just keeps the one area chilled.

good luck with the new boat. i am usually down in miami in mine.
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Here's my '98 Sea Vee 25:

(By the way, you're better off using the main front fish box to hold ice - the rear boxes drain into the bilge, whereas the front box drains overboard using the valve in the transom. I use a fish bag up front to hold fish since it helps to insulate against the Florida heat and makes clean-up easy.
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