Party Barge w/ Fiber Glass Hull???

Party Barge w/ Fiber Glass Hull???

Post by cmix » Tue, 01 Jan 2002 08:04:50


can you guys help me out w/ the names of boat companies who make a party
barge type layout boat w/ a fiber glass hull?  also want it to have
inboard/outboard engine...
help is greatly appreciated.
thanks
clay
 
 
 

Party Barge w/ Fiber Glass Hull???

Post by Gould 07 » Tue, 01 Jan 2002 09:24:12

Check out Martini Marine in Kent, Washington.

They may also be found under Ranger Boat Company.

The Ranger is their little mini-tug, but the Martini makes a great party barge,
(for a very small party).

 
 
 

Party Barge w/ Fiber Glass Hull???

Post by Armagast' » Tue, 01 Jan 2002 12:47:28

Almost all the boat manufacturers sell a deckboat. Bayliner, Hurricane
,SeaRay, Rinker,Crownline, etc. I own a Bayliner Rondezvous, we love it.
Don
LOBO
Quote:

> can you guys help me out w/ the names of boat companies who make a party
> barge type layout boat w/ a fiber glass hull?  also want it to have
> inboard/outboard engine...
> help is greatly appreciated.
> thanks
> clay


 
 
 

Party Barge w/ Fiber Glass Hull???

Post by Gould 07 » Tue, 01 Jan 2002 09:24:12

Check out Martini Marine in Kent, Washington.

They may also be found under Ranger Boat Company.

The Ranger is their little mini-tug, but the Martini makes a great party barge,
(for a very small party).

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