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Old 11-07-2018, 12:36 PM
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Been a while since I posted here, our 1976 uniflite




Old 11-07-2018, 12:54 PM
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My 1979 Silverton
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Old 11-07-2018, 01:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Polliwog View Post
1962 Lyn-Craft 17' runabout - all original;

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Dad sunk a 1973 16' sea breeze off of Pensacola beach!
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Originally Posted by AKBray907 View Post
Been a while since I posted here, our 1976 uniflite





Thats a great looking boat. I saw some of the pictures of it before you made the top for it. You did a great job of maintaining a nice profile while adding some needed protection from the elements.
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My 1990 Sea Ox 230C...bought it from original owner a month ago
Old 11-08-2018, 02:26 AM
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Originally Posted by jeff7y28 View Post
I just assume most people here are salt water sport fishermen. I forget that some people have never been in the ocean. However, the year could not be determined, as you suggested, because the hulls all looked the same from beginning of production until Bertram stopped building them (about 20 or 25 years). That 31' hull is recognizable from Kona to Costa Rica to south Florida to Australia, and just about anywhere in between.

I am not sure about your 50%. It would take a poll to determine that. Start a poll, I will wager you on it. I might lose, I don't know. You seem pretty sure. But maybe all these young bucks who think the world revolves around a 22 Sea Hunt center console or a 34 Yellowfin might very well have no clue about a 31 Bertram! It is considered to be the first true deep V sport fisherman that revolutionized the sport and ocean going fishing boats.
I knew right away. Not a young buck though.

I missed a chance to pick up a 31 Bertie for $10K years ago. See her refinished now, shes worth 10x that. Gorgeous boat!
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Originally Posted by AKBray907 View Post
Been a while since I posted here, our 1976 uniflite




nice job on the top, .......... (however I must say that I would be interested in seeing some post-mod stability calculations.)
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Man what a GREAT THREAD!!!
Loved seeing all the old boats I grew up with, Glastrons, Glasspars, old Boston Whaler 17's with the wood console, MFGs, etc.

Here are 2 of my prior ones...both Baja SS models, a 16 and an 18.



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The new boat we bought today will hopefully make the twenty year mark with us. I’ll post a pic then....
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1998 23'
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98!!!!! Hell I got socks older than that!! Nice Sea Ox!
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Bumping this to see if we can get this and the new thread on the same subject merged.
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Does it really matter? It’s all for fun anyway.
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‘89 Pursuit 2350


Old 02-29-2020, 06:06 AM
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1974 17 Mako.
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HiLiner Swinger


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Here is my 1986 Cruisers Avanti 296. Twin 351 PCMs




And this is our 1962 Cruisers 202m. It’s a 16’ with a 1972 Johnson. Been in my family since ‘67

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1956 Grumman Sportboat, scheduled for 6hp, powered by a 20hp, life jacket and kill switch required.

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1976
6LP Yanmars
bought last spring on the East coast. She now resides in Washington state







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Originally Posted by OFFROAD View Post
Here's my 1979 Grady Offshore. Lets see some old school boats!!!
Looks Familiar for some reason..,..

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