Have you been talking to my wife? :laugher:
Super24 said:Have you been talking to my wife? :laugher:
MarkyMark said:why cant you go anchor for the day in a go-fast ? then rip home ?? we do it every weekend.
Not true in my case!HTRDLNCN said:youll end up blowing more gas in a cruiser unless you cruise very slowly which I dont see anyone here doing.
sunsation98 said:Not true in my case!
I'm with ya on this one.......I use less gas in my curiser than I did in my sonic gph.sunsation98 said:Not true in my case!
I gave in and sold the sonic and bought a express cruiser....Dont regret it one bit..So I dont get to spots as fast but I bring the hole house with me and then some.... :bigsmile:axkiker said:well thats what we did this weekend....
I just figure if im gonna be tied all day I might as well have the space and ammenities of a cruiser....
How have you been we are planning a Seneca trip again this year now that were back on the water, well have to hook up again" El Presidante" said:I picked up a Rinker 310 last year and don't regret the decision a bit. Totally different type of boating (everything is functional). As far as gas goes, I use approx 1/8 of what I used to burn when I only had my 29 Fever (500 efi). I very rally get the cruiser over 2000 rpms. I just kind of putt around, tie-off, drink, and relax. I don't spend as much on the restaraunt scene because it's all onboard. Grill, refrig, micro, etc. etc. You do have to accomadate for a dock slip however. Fortunetly for me my slip only runs about $1400 a year. Not bad when you consider that price includes 50 amp electric, water, cable, and Wireless internet. At the end of last season I picked up a small Fountain so I could still scratch my Speed itch once in awhile. On the funny side of things, all my buddies have performance boats. One thing I do notice when we tie-off is that the old Rinker seems to be the busiest boat of the bunch. I used to think everybody really liked the old girl until I realized they were all just using me for my bathroom. Ba$tard$!