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Old 02-19-2013, 06:27 AM
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Was at the show on Friday and it rained most of the day. Never got to the marinas or collins ave.






































































































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Thanks for sharing! It must have been exhausting to try to cram it all into one Day...hard for those of us who have not attended to grasp the vastness of it all.

That Yellowfin tender at the end of your camera roll is swanky.....diesel jet IB?
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amazing SV finally shows up with boats with all Yamaha motors.
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Great overview of the significant boats that were there. I was there for 2 days and I got the same impression. Sea Hunter, Contender, Invincible, SeaVee, Intrepid, Yellowfin, Regulator, Jupiter and Hydrasport all put out some nice hardware. The engine guys all had their version of the joystick control. Teleflex, Mercury and Yamaha. I went on a Contender 35 with the Yamaha Comandlink joystick system and it was crazy accurate and worked. Don't watch the motors because it will make your head spin. It's a game changer. Suzuki had a 350X with a big hood scoop on top. Wild looking. Might work until the engine ingests a seagull or a beer car. Even 7 had some engines and blocks to rub on. Pretty impressive for the richer folks. Overall the boat show was smaller but for the folks who were there, thought it was worthwhile.
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Originally Posted by Tangled Up View Post
amazing SV finally shows up with boats with all Yamaha motors.
Pretty sure that the 39CC was a quad Verado boat.


Yellowfin was all Yammy though.
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nice pics thanks
Old 02-21-2013, 07:06 PM
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Glad you guys enjoyed the pics. Sure was a lot of running around a lot to see as always. Long day there open to close.

Team Fish Head-That yellowfin tender had outboards, but yellowfin has made a few inboard or pod drive boats can't remember what one. Made a few for a special contract.
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Great pics. Incredible how large OB cc market is doing so well.
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SeaVee had a 39 with quad Verados and the 39 with foward seating with trip Verados. The 32, both 34 and the 43 had Yamaha. They also had a 39 at the Mercury booth on the water with triple Verados with joystick that Mercury was using for sea trials
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According to the Invincible specs on the 42 they are over the max horse power rating on the triple seven marine 42
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looks like fun!!!
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That carved sailfish was awesome. The more you looked at it the more you saw; flying fish, mahi etc. The pic doesn't do it justice. It was a work of art.
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Originally Posted by Kivmax View Post
Missed it
Yeah. By 6 years.
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Images are not available now or technical issue here?
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I think you need to have 10 posts here before you can post pictures.
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Originally Posted by lissa77 View Post
Images are not available now or technical issue here?
Most likely the technical issue experienced with Photobucket, and likely photo sharing apps, over the years.
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Having all these boat show photos blocked out at lunch time is just wrong.

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