First time boat

First time boat

Post by bradn.. » Fri, 09 Jul 1999 04:00:00


I'm looking for a V-drive that can pull me, a 220lb beginner, as well
as haul the family and friends around the lake.  I'm not looking for
a "boat war".  I just want to know if the Mastercraft and Ski Nautique
are worth the extra 10 grand, compared to the Sanger's and Ski
Centurions.  Just looking for a fun boat that we can grow into, and
will last.  Considering:

Ski Sanger V210
Ski Centurion Elite V-Drive
Malibu Skier Sunsetter VLX
Super Sport Nautique

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First time boat

Post by Sybi » Fri, 09 Jul 1999 04:00:00

Get a good boat dealer.  try Jim Hammer:

wallet.  Buy a prop puller too.  Take a "safe boating"
course.  Everyone gets a PFD!

Enjoy the water

Quote:

> I'm looking for a V-drive that can pull me, a 220lb beginner, as well
> as haul the family and friends around the lake.  I'm not looking for
> a "boat war".  I just want to know if the Mastercraft and Ski Nautique
> are worth the extra 10 grand, compared to the Sanger's and Ski
> Centurions.  Just looking for a fun boat that we can grow into, and
> will last.  Considering:

> Ski Sanger V210
> Ski Centurion Elite V-Drive
> Malibu Skier Sunsetter VLX
> Super Sport Nautique

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> Share what you know. Learn what you don't.